David G. Miller, R.Ph. is a consultant for the pharmaceutical and compounding industry with an extensive background in policy development, government affairs, association management and product marketing.
After receiving his bachelor of science in pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 1985, he joined the staff of the National Community Pharmacists Association (formerly NARD) as Director of Professional Affairs. In 1988, he accepted a position as Director of Professional Affairs for the Maryland Pharmacists Association and was promoted to serve as that organization's Executive Director three years later.
Miller left the pharmacy association world in 1996 to become the Director of Pharmacy Affairs at Merck where he was responsible for corporate relations with the profession at the national and state level as well as with the academic community.
In 2010, he took over as the Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists, an organization representing 4,000 practitioners and 163,000 consumers who recognize the value of customized medication solutions provided by the art and science of pharmacy compounding. During his five year tenure there, he was directly responsible for representing the compounding industry during the NECC tragedy and the subsequent development of the Drug Quality and Security Act of 2013.