Director Carl Miller retired in October 2006 as the Chief of Police in Pacific Grove where he worked for thirty years rising through the ranks to Police Chief. He has a BA degree from the Golden Gate University in Police Management and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the California P.O.S.T. Police Command College. Director Miller has lived and work on the Monterey Peninsula for 45 years and lives in Monterey with his wife (Monterey native) Diana Ferrante Miller and their sons Alex and Marc. Director Miller teaches police procedures at several police academies in California.
In addition to the Monterey Peninsula Airport District Board, Director Miller serves as a board member for Interim of Monterey County, which operates 18 facilities that provides supportive services and quality housing for people with mental illness. He also serves on the board of Monterey Peninsula Impact for Youth, which provides anti drug and alcohol programs for children in Pacific Grove and Carmel schools. Director Miller is also the President of Monterey County Special Districts Association (2012 & 2013).
Elected to the Monterey Peninsula Airport District Board of Directors on November 7, 2006.
Current Ethics Training Certificate issued April 4, 2018.