CEO, COO, Turnaround
Advanced Materials, Aerospace/Defense, Agriculture, Alternative Energy, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Durables, Crisis Management, Engineering, Environmental Services and Equipment, Executive Search, Exit Planning, Government, Industrial Automation, International Business Development, Investment Banking/Mergers and Acquisitions, Management Consulting, Manufacturing, New Product Development, Plastics, Private Equity and Venture Capital, Process Control Equipment, Turnaround
Public, PE backed, Growth, Turnaround, Startup, Early Stage, Late Stage
Annual Company Revenue:
201M-500M, 501M-1B, 1B-10B, 5.1M-20M, >10B, 20.1M-200M
MI – Detroit
Turnaround & Management Buyout of a $250MM US industrial company from a European & Middle Eastern owners.
Interim CEO management
CEO & C-Level Coaching
Vision & Strategy
JEFFREY A. MILLER
Mr. Miller has over 30 years of management experience (including nearly 20 years with GE) both in corporate roles as well as interim management roles.
Most recently, Mr. Miller served as Chairman, President, CEO & owner of a $250 million US manufacturer of packaged boilers and water purification systems.
Initially, Mr. Miller had been brought in as interim CEO, but after turning around the Company, he led the successful management-buyout of the Company from French and Saudi owners.
In addition to Aqua-Chem, Mr. Miller served as interim President & COO of Donnelly Corporation, a $675mm automotive supplier in Holland, MI.
Mr. Miller also served as a GVP of the Automotive Products Group for Aeroquip Corporation, a TRINOVA Company, a $665MM global automotive supplier business, with over 5,000 employees located in 19 manufacturing facilities around the globe.
Mr. Miller spent 19 years with The General Electric Company in a variety of operational, commercial and engineering roles in the Transportation, Major Appliance, Industrial Electronics, and Automotive divisions.
Mr. Miller has an engineering degree from Ohio University and graduated from various executive & management development programs at GE et al.