Justin Miller on taking steps toward solving large problems.

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Justin Miller is making tangible progress toward solving a big problem. He co-founded an organization to help people living with HIV/AIDS from his college dorm room over ten years ago and has since served thousands of families in East Africa. In this episode, Justin equips and inspires you to start (or continue) climbing a mountain in your life. You, too, can make a dent in a problem that seems overwhelming.

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Justin Miller's background

In 2007, Justin co-founded CARE for AIDS as a junior at Vanderbilt University.

He became the full-time CEO in September 2009 and has since led the organization to grow to $3.35 million in annual donations, 50 centers in East Africa, 145 employees, and more than 14,000 families served.

Justin received a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in Economics and Human and Organizational Development and an MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University.

Justin and his wife of eight years, Lindsay, live in Atlanta, Georgia, where they attend Renovation Church. They are the proud parents of a 3-year-old daughter, Addison, and a 6-month-old son, Logan.

Justin’s life mission, while focused on HIV in the last decade, can be more broadly defined as a desire to help mobilize people and resources to bring about social and spiritual transformation.


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