Mr. Miller is the President of NexGen Space LLC, which provides client-based services at the intersection of commercial space, civil space, national security space, and public policy. Mr. Miller has served as a consultant to NASA, DARPA, the U.S. Air Force and many private firms. He also works with Renaissance Strategic Advisors, which specializes in innovative approaches to national security space, and teaches an online course titled "Secrets of Entrepreneurial Space" for HeatSpring. Mr. Miller recently served as NASA Senior Advisor for Commercial Space where he advised senior NASA leaders on commercial space options and strategies. He was the leader of the NASA team that evaluated emerging commercial space opportunities, where he led assessments of commercial orbital debris mitigation and removal, satellite servicing, commercial reusable launch vehicles (RLVs), and funded Space Act Agreements. He was a member of the 2009 NASA study team that proposed the creation of a new NASA technology mission directorate, leading to the creation of the Office of the Chief Technologist and the Space Technology Mission Directorate. He also served as NASA program executive for the Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) program, manager of NASA's Commercial RLV Technology Roadmap study, and the leader of NASA's propellant depot study team. Prior to coming to NASA, Mr. Miller co-founded Nanoracks LLC, a disruptive entrepreneurial venture that has delivered over 200 customer payloads to the ISS, including many nanosatellites from firms such as Planet Labs. He is the co-founder and former President and CEO of Constellation Services International, Inc. (CSI), which was a leading competitor for commercial ISS cargo delivery in the early 2000s. In the 1990s, Miller was the founder and President of ProSpace, which was called "The Citizens' Space Lobby". Under Mr. Miller, ProSpace was instrumental in the passage of space-related legislative initiatives, including the Commercial Space Act of 1998, funding for NASA's X-33, X-37 and Space Solar Power programs, and the U.S. Air Force’s RLV Technology Development program. Miller is here to talk about what is called a "Citizens' Space Agenda" and March Storm 2015, which will be taking place the week of March 16th to the US Congress. Private citizens around the country will be traveling to Washington, DC -- on their own dime and their own time -- to advocate for the Citizens Space Agenda. He is also coordinating a budding partnership of the Space Frontier Foundation, the National Space Society and many other non-profit groups to support the Citizens' Space Agenda, and to transform national space policy.