Managing Director, Information Technology

Trevor Miller was named the United States Olympic Committee’s managing director of information technology on March 31, 2009. Beginning in 2006, Miller served as the organization’s director of enterprise applications and was responsible for application strategy, design and architecture, integration of package and custom-developed solutions, implementation of software development, data warehousing solutions and testing, and training. 

In his current role, Miller is responsible for directing the business technology and information services essential to the operation of the USOC. These services include a centralized help desk, technical design and supply of USOC web applications, Olympic marks approval systems, and developing and supporting National Governing Body membership systems. 

Miller has more than 14 years of experience in technical leadership, strategy and large-scale, complex product development in the telecommunications industry. Prior to joining the USOC staff, he worked for Evolving Systems Inc. in Englewood, Colo., where he was director of software development, managing teams in the United States and India. Miller was also responsible for new product development and implementation, as well as maintaining project priorities for three product lines consisting of 12 individual products.

Miller received a bachelor’s degree in computer science with a minor in mathematics from Colorado State University in 1994 and master’s degree in business administration with honors from Regis University in March 2005.