Ginger  Miller

Ginger Miller

Ginger Miller is a native New Yorker and former homeless service disabled veteran. After taking care of her husband, a disabled veteran, who has suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for over a decade and experiencing homelessness with her family, Ginger decided to form John 14:2, Inc. As President and CEO of John 14:2, Inc, Ginger has been a passionate and dedicated advocate on behalf of veterans and believes strongly in the combination of advocating, networking, and collaboration. She has worked closely with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Washington D.C. VA Medical Center, Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs, Prince George’s County, and The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans and The National Alliance to End Homelessness to assist in collaborative efforts with John 14:2 to help veterans. Ginger's advocacy and outreach efforts have lead her to host Veteran Round Tables in Annapolis, Maryland with State Veterans Agencies and Elected Representatives. She facilitates workshops for veteran caregivers and frequently receives invitations to speak at various government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. In two years because of hard work, and knowledge on veteran's issues, she has become the go to advocate. In March of 2010 Ginger, was invited by Senator Patricia Murray of the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs to advocate with U.S. senators to save potential cuts to the HUD VASH Program. Most recently, Ginger has started Women Veterans Interactive, a division of John 14:2, Inc that is dedicated to serving and supporting women veterans. Ginger served in the U.S. Navy from 1989 to 1992, received a Bachelor Degree in Accounting from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, and is currently pursuing a Master Degree in Nonprofit Management at the University of Maryland. She enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two sons, meeting people, traveling, watching movies, and attending church