Drew Miller's enrollment management expertise stems from admission and financial aid experience at Avon Old Farms School (CT), Saint James School (MD), and most recently, Cranbrook Schools (MI), where he has been the Chief Enrollment Officer since 2001.
His experiences in the corporate world and independent school admission have enabled Drew to develop, test, and implement comprehensive enrollment and financial aid strategies. His most recent work at Cranbrook Schools is his most successful. He has led a twelve-person admission team through metropolitan Detroit's most challenging economic and demographic times.
Drew is well known and respected in independent school admission and financial aid for his deep knowledge of enrollment management strategies and practices. Mentoring many admission colleagues, Drew is committed to raising the level of professionalism in the field.
He has served as a board member of the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals (AISAP) and The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS), where he chaired the Marketing Committee. Drew served on the Task Force of NAIS' School and Student Services (SSS) and as a faculty member of the Enrollment Management Association's (EMA) Admission Training Institute. He is a co-author of the admission section of NAIS's guidebook to Principles of Good Practice, published in 2007.
Drew holds a BA from Hamilton College and a Master's degree in Educational Administration from the University of Hartford. Both of his children are independent school graduates.