Jeff Miller

Speech Program Coordinator
Department of Humanities
College of Arts and Sciences  

PhD in Communications (in progress) | Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia
MA in Theatre | University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
BS in Secondary Education | Maranatha Baptist University, Watertown, Wisconsin

Mr. Jeff Miller began his teaching career at Emmanuel Baptist Christian Academy in Mechanicsburg, PA, where he taught speech and English from 1993-1996. From 1997-2001, Mr. Miller taught speech and English at Upper Bucks Christian School (Sellersville, PA). In 2002, Mr. Miller took the position of Drama Instructor at Northland International University, a title he held until 2006. From 2006-2010, he was the Speech Communication Chair at Northland. Mr. Miller was also the Drama Director for Faith Baptist School in Pembine, Wisconsin from 2002-2006. Mr. Miller moved to Watertown in 2010 when he began working at Maranatha.

Mr. Miller is married to Christina, Maranatha’s Director of Academic Assistance Center. They have three children—Ethan, Trey, and Lyvia. Mr. Miller’s favorite food is steamed crab, and he loves to play strategy games. The Millers attend First Baptist Church in Hartford, where Mr. Miller serves in the areas of special music, song leading, substitute teaching and preaching, and church cleaning. Mr. Miller’s favorite president is Ronald Reagan.