Eddie Miller is a Founder and CEO of Bios Corporation, a company established to serve people with developmental disabilities. In 1991, Eddie, along with Linda Myers and Glenn Salley, founded Bios Corporation and in January of 1992 he formally joined the company as CEO/President. In 2002, Eddie became President/CEO of Bios Companies, Inc., a holding company whose subsidiaries serve several hundred people in Oklahoma/Tennessee and employs over 1,000.
From August of 1989 until January 1992, Eddie worked for the Homeward Bound Review Panel. The Review Panel was founded to assist in carrying out the purposes of the Homeward Bound v. Hissom Consent Decree, a Federal court agreement that established the community-based services system that serves thousands of Oklahomans today.
He began his professional career in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities at a sheltered workshop in 1988. In 1989, he became a job coach through the Oklahoma Supported Employment Project providing him the opportunity to help people pursue meaningful lives through meaningful employment.
He currently serves on the boards Oklahoma Baptist Villages Board of Directors, Oklahoma State Chamber Board of Directors, Advisory Committee of Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Lawrence Peoples Ministries, Board of Directors, President, Home and Community Based Services Council, NSU Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Association.
Mr. Miller is a native of and resides in Sand Springs, Oklahoma where he is a member of Broadway Baptist Church. He graduated Northeastern State University, May of 1989 with a B.A. in psychology. He is married to Kendyll and has 4 children, Jonathan, Zachary, Terrance, and Madison.