Joanne (Joey) Miller, ’75

Professional Association: Executive consultant; builds virtual global teams; global vice president of information technology for Magna International (retired)

Education: B.A., Albion College, 1975. Graduate fellow, Oberlin College.

Joanne (Joey) Miller retired as vice president of information technology for Magna International, the global automotive supplier headquartered in Canada. There, Miller oversaw IT across all of Magna’s business units.

Miller has more than 25 years of experience working in the information technology field. Prior to her current position, Miller was Director of IT for Magna Donnelly. She also served as manager of global infrastructure and manager of global support for Donnelly Corporation. Her area of expertise focused on building effective virtual teams to support the global enterprise.

Miller also served as project manager and divisional manager at Clark Equipment, where she designed and implemented systems for Clark’s international manufacturing facilities and dealer network. Miller’s other experiences include technology and business consultant to Western Michigan University and independent consulting for Fortune 500 corporations and several organizations.

Miller has been actively involved with community organizations such as United Way, Voluntary Action Center and Guidance Clinic.

Miller serves as an Albion College trustee because…

…she wants to build a strong, unified team from the whole of the Albion College community. She wants to work with faculty, staff, alumni and the administration to provide the very best education and experiences for students.