Jeff Miller Consulting Alliance provides coaching, strategic counsel and tactical support to businesses, corporations, and nonprofits.
As founder and CEO of Jeff Miller Consulting Alliance (JMCA), Jeff brings to his clients unparalleled passion and expertise honed by more than 30 years of entrepreneurial and sales experience. He has helped business owners and corporate executives implement systems for accountability, building better teams, and hiring and evaluating the right talent. Jeff Miller Consulting Alliance provides coaching, strategic counsel and tactical support to businesses, corporations and nonprofits in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond.
Whether you are looking for short-term assistance for a specific project or long-term training to redefine the structure and/or culture of your organization, JMCA uses a holistic approach to identify your needs and put a plan into action. Services include one-on-one coaching, executive coaching, assessments, workshops and seminars, goal-setting exercises, board retreat facilitation, leadership, and managerial training, human resources advising, and more
With more than 16 years of experience, JMCA’s methodology is simple, effective and proven. First, we have a conversation to thoroughly assess the current state of your business or executive team to determine the specific issues or goals you’d like to address. We then design a comprehensive solution tailored to the variables that make your business unique. Finally, we work together to implement the plan and measure its results.
JMCA builds community by knocking down silos, building bridges, and connecting and empowering people from all walks of life.
I know that making an impact on one person can in turn impact the lives of many. When you empower one person to be their best in every aspect of their lives, their relationships — with business partners, employees, spouse, children, and so on — benefit as well. That is what we call building community through business.
“Building community” is grounded in the theories of scarcity and abundance. Many businesses and nonprofits today operate in survival mode, doing what is necessary to keep operations going while finding it nearly impossible to get ahead. Through our work, we will uproot barriers to growth, helping you ultimately arrive at a place of abundance so that you can “do more” rather than “just enough.”
My expression of doing more is through service; I am very active in Montgomery County’s business and nonprofit circles, currently serve on the boards of Future Link and the Nonprofit Village, and am past president of the Rockville Chamber of Commerce and past chair of Manna Food Center, Montgomery County’s only food bank. I am also a graduate of the 2014 class of Leadership Montgomery, and lead a workshop for reentry through the One-Stop program at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Boyds. I am grateful to have received some honors for this work—the 2016 Service award by the Rockville Public Safety Committee, “Citizen of the Year” in 2017 by the Rockville Chamber of Commerce, and the 2019 individual “Hero Against Hunger” award.