Vice President, Community Impact
Program Development, Grant Writing and Management, Strategic Planning and System Building and Improvement
Michigan State University
Jeff Miles is the Vice President of Community Impact at the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, where he has worked for nearly a decade developing key programs and relationships across the region and state. He holds a master’s degree in macro social work from Michigan State University and worked at the Michigan Public Health Institute prior to joining United Way where he was focused on bridging the clinical and social care sectors.
He has led numerous federal and state-funded projects aimed at increasing systems-level efficiencies to drive positive outcomes in multiple service domains including early childhood education, utilities, coordinated care, and others. He currently oversees United Way’s community impact department and is responsible for the United Way 2-1-1 Information Sharing and Referral Service, the Michigan Energy Assistance Program (MEAP), the Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP), the CWF network, Connect4Care Kids, and other programs aimed at supporting ALICE families.