Eli Henry Miller began his career as an associate with the Land Group of Forest City Enterprises, Inc., a publicly held real estate company in Cleveland, Ohio. For three years he rotated between land acquisition, property management, and land sales. In 2008 Eli enrolled at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. While at Weatherhead, Eli was selected to be the Communications Chair of the Global Business Association. In May 2009 he received his Masters in Business Administration.
Eli’s experiences at Forest City Enterprises and Case Western Reserve convinced him that his strengths and interests lay at the intersection of commerce and the political process. After receiving his MBA in 2009, Eli relocated to Washington, D.C. to work for U.S. Representative John A. Boehner from Ohio’s 8th congressional district. Over the next three years Eli was promoted to Legislative Aid and Legislative Correspondent as Boehner advanced to Speaker of the House of Representatives.
In January 2012 Eli left Speaker Boehner’s staff to join Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. Eli coordinated local campaign staff as well as volunteers to prepare for a wide variety of political events. He excelled in the fast-paced campaign environment and looks forward to using his skills to help Ohioans fight for economic freedom and limited government in the halls of Congress, the state legislature, and their local city and county governments.
Eli is an amateur (but passionate) distance runner, a certified member of Red Sox Nation, although he is giving serious thought to becoming a fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians.
Eli is excited to return to Ohio to represent AFP across the Buckeye State.