Eric Miller is a Nonresident Fellow with Stimson’s Trade21 initiative, where he focuses on international economics, trade, global governance, and cybersecurity. Miller is also President of Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, a DC-based advisory group focused on assisting firms with navigating U.S., Canadian, and international government affairs, policy, and technology challenges.
He previously served as Vice President of Policy, North America and Cybersecurity at the Business Council of Canada, which represents the CEOs of 150 of Canada’s leading companies. He led the Council’s policy work with the United States, Latin America, supply chain issues, cybersecurity, innovation economics, and anti-corruption rules.
Before joining the Council in 2013, Miller represented Industry Canada at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. He was responsible for advising senior Canadian officials on U.S. economic relations. He served as a member of the Canadian negotiating teams that designed Canada’s 2009 investments in the restructuring of the Chrysler and General Motors and the 2011 Canada-U.S. Beyond the Border Action Plan.
Miller has extensive international experience, having advised 40 governments in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia-Pacific on trade and economic policies. He worked for eight years in the Integration and Trade Division of the Inter-American Development Bank and served as a USAID Chief of Party in Panama. Miller has testified before the Canadian Parliament on the future of North America, the U.S. Congress on global competitiveness metrics, and represented a coalition of developing countries on International Monetary Fund governance.