Jeff Miller has spent more than two decades in leadership roles in the human capital industry. He was President of a $350M recruitment firm, Cenergy Partners, which provided over 2,000 engineers and field workers to industries including Energy, Aerospace, Manufacturing and Technology. Jeff had full responsibility for day-to-day operations of this international firm, reporting to the Board of Directors, and successfully completed four acquisitions during his tenure.
Jeff was also a Sr. Vice President for KBR, an $8B EPC where he built and ran the firm’s fastest growing division. He served as Vice President, Americas for NES, a global recruitment firm, where he built and led an international team responsible for record-setting results. Earlier in his career, Jeff was Division President for Exxova, an Atlanta-based technology consultancy where he built and led the firm’s largest division in providing innovative recruitment and business intelligence solutions to the healthcare industry.
Jeff has launched and led organizations, divisions in teams in the 20 largest markets in North America, as well as in Europe, Asia and Australia.
A native of the Boston area, Jeff remains a loyal Red Sox fan and highly limited former athlete. He lives in the Houston area with his wife Samantha, and son Charlie – an awesomely cool teenager on the autism spectrum.
Shawn Fry has spent the last two decades building and running highly successful technology firms. He founded and led Prevalent Health, a healthcare analytics and medical billing platform sold to private equity in 2019. He is the former CIO of Renaissance Hospitals and has a comprehensive technology background including systems and software architecture, information security and compliance for major corporations, government entities, hospitals and healthcare providers. Shawn discovered he was autistic a decade ago and is dedicated to helping others on the spectrum to live their best lives. He lives with his family in the Greater Houston area.
The Potentia Advisory Board is comprised of educators and therapists who have dedicated their professional lives in support of the neurodiverse community. Together, they have decades of experience with autism and related conditions. They include: