Carlton S. Miller is a product of the University of Liberia with an undergraduate degree in Geology. He attended the Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA where he attained a graduate degree in Geology with specialization in Hydrogeology. While in the United States, Mr. Miller did some consulting work with several geologic/hydro-geologic consultancies (in the states of Colorado and Maryland) responsible for designing remediation and monitoring plans for clients. Designed systems were for the removal and/or delineation of contaminants in soils and groundwater reservoirs; siting and installing water wells and observation stations; negotiations and public relations with clients and the community.
Mr. Miller presently serves as a consultant with the Natural Resources Development Corporation (NRDC), a Liberian consultancy involved in mining, environmental, geological and land management activities.
Mr. Miller served as the Deputy Minister for Planning & Development and Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) Focal Person for Liberia at the Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy.
Mr. Miller, as a contribution to transfer of knowledge, serves as Part-Time Instructor of Geology within the Department of Geology, University of Liberia. Relevant courses being taught include but are not limited to Physical Geology, Sedimentation and Stratigraphy, Hydrology and Hydrogeology. He also serves on the board of academic advisors to students within the department and conducts field courses for senior students.