Steven C. Miller '76
2004 P.E. MacAllister Distinguished Alumnus Award for Service to Carroll
Carroll has remained an important part of Steve Miller’s life since his graduation in 1976. While a student, he studied business administration and was an active member of the football team as well as the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. His involvement with Carroll has grown throughout the years.
Steve has been generous with his time serving on the Alumni Council—as a member and chairperson, member of the Waukesha Business Campaign (1991-92), member of the Building Champions Campaign Committee, past president of the Alumni Association, and as a member of Trailblazers, the former Carroll athletics booster club.
Miller also has been a loyal and generous supporter of Carroll financially as a member and former chair of the Old Main Society, and has been a long-time participant and sponsor of the annual Pioneer Golf Classic.
He also has been very involved with the business department at Carroll, serving as chairman of the Business Advisory Council in 1997. He has been active with Carroll's internship program which, over the years, has led to several interns being hired at his company. In addition, he is actively involved in the mentoring program with business students at Carroll, and has been a guest speaker at Carroll’s Career Day. He also served on the Carroll Board of Trustees from 2003-2012.
Professionally, Miller is the president and a shareholder of BeneCo of Wisconsin, a subsidiary of Benefits of Wisconsin, Inc. The company specializes in employee benefits, selecting innovative and traditional benefit solutions based on a company’s particular needs. He also acts as a benefits consultant on a local and national level working with large employers, associations and hospital organizations.
He is an active member of the Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce and St. Joan of Arc congregation. He is currently a member of Carroll’s President’s Advisory Council. Steve, and his wife Nancy, have three adult children, David, A.J. and Shayna.