Dr. Patrick C. Miller is the former K-12 superintendent of Greene County Schools, NC. He was appointed superintendent in January 2008.
After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1993, Dr. Miller taught choral music/theater arts at Greene Central High School for 10 years before accepting the NC Principal Fellows scholarship. He graduated twice from ECU – once in 2005 with a Master of School Administration degree and again in 2011 with the Doctor of Education degree.
Dr. Miller is very active in professional organizations at the state and national levels, and he has participated in numerous leadership programs while serving Greene County Schools. He has served as president of NCASCD, NCASA, NCASLD, and NCSSA. He is also a frequent presenter at conferences at both the state and national levels.
He serves on numerous Boards of Directors and committees at the local, state, and national levels. Notably, he is the chair of the NC Professional Educator Preparation and Standards Commission (PEPSC) and he serves on the Governor’s Commission on Access to Sound Basic Education.
Dr. Miller was named North Carolina’s Central Region Superintendent of the Year for 2014-15 and again in 2018-19. In November 2018, he was named the 2019 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year. He was inducted into the East Carolina University Educator’s Hall of Fame in October 2015. Dr. Miller was awarded the Friday Medal of Educational Innovation in November 2017. In October 2019, Dr. Miller received the Alumni Achievement Award from the School of Education at UNC-Chapel Hill. Dr. Miller was honored by NCMEA with the Music Educator Advocate Award in November 2018 and in June 2019 was the inaugural recipient of Conn Selmer Institute’s Administrator of the Year.
Dr. Miller lives in Snow Hill with his wife, Becky. They have three children: Paul, James, and Mary Amantha.