Jason Miller was named the Philadelphia Eagles' Senior Vice President, Operations in 2014 after spending 11 years developing the organization's facility operations department. In this role, Miller oversees all of the facility, grounds, security and event operations of Lincoln Financial Field, the NovaCare Complex, and Aramark Suites and Concessions.
Miller joined the organization as the facilities manager with the opening of Lincoln Financial Field in 2003. He was then promoted to director of facility operations in 2009 and then again to vice president of facility operations in 2012. Miller oversaw the revitalization of Lincoln Financial Field from 2013-2014, a project focused on enhancing the fan experience through better convenience, comfort and connection.
He and his staff have been a major part of the team's Go Green initiatives. The team's green energy program, which consists of 10,456 solar panels, has positioned Lincoln Financial Field to be among the greenest major sports facilities in the world including LEED Gold and ISO 20121 certified.
Prior to his time with the Eagles, Miller was a project manager and system analyst at Johnson Controls Inc., in West Bend, WI from 2002-03. He initially joined The Milwaukee Center as a maintenance engineer in 1990 before working his way up to chief engineer (1999-02).
Miller earned Advanced Certification & Education from the Milwaukee School of Engineering & Milwaukee Area Technical College.
Originally from Milwaukee, WI, Miller currently resides in South Jersey with his wife, Elizabeth, their three daughters, Gypsy, Raegan and Jaren, his granddaughter Oliver Billie Tucker, and their labs, Snoop and Dre.