Andy Miller


Andy is the executive director of Austin Child Guidance Center, providing accessible, high-quality mental health services to children and their families to empower them to thrive in childhood and beyond.

Previously, Andy served as chief strategy and impact officer at Texas Health Institute, the state’s public health institute focused on producing evidence and ideas, translating and sharing insights, and advancing collaborative action to provide opportunities for everyone to live healthy lives. He was a founding partner with MillerStephens & Associates, a strategic consulting practice that supported nonprofit and healthcare organizations. He also held the positions of executive vice president of both mission and operations for the LIVESTRONG Foundation where he led not only the Foundation’s programs and grant making strategy, but also its marketing and fundraising efforts, including its corporate relationship with Nike and its charitable cycling events across the nation. He is the former president and CEO of Any Baby Can. This Austin-based healthcare nonprofit that serves children with developmental disabilities and their parents by providing needed therapies and family support services.

Andy has also served as an adjunct professor at George Washington University in Washington, DC, in theSchool of Business Certificate Program in Sports Philanthropy for five years.

Andy holds a bachelor of arts in sociology from Southwestern University and a master’s in health science education from the University of Florida. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta from Southwestern University,Texas Gamma Chapter, and served as a chapter consultant for the Fraternity after college.

Andy lives with his husband Brian and their son Clark in Austin, Texas.

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