President and CEO
Women Veterans Interactive

Ginger Miller is a native New Yorker and former homeless service-disabled Navy veteran turned White House Champion of Change for Women Veterans and President and CEO of the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation.

After caring for her husband, a disabled veteran who suffered from Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder for over a decade and experiencing homelessness with her family, Mrs. Miller vowed to be victorious and worked three jobs and went to school full time to pull her family out of homelessness.

Determined to give back to her fellow veterans, Mrs. Miller formed the nonprofit organization John 14:2, Inc in 2009, which was instrumental in starting the first Prince Georges County Homeless Veteran Stand Down. Through Ginger’s advocacy and outreach efforts with John 14:2, Inc, she hosted Veteran Round Tables in Annapolis, Maryland.

In 2011, Ginger started Women Veterans Interactive (WVI), a division of John 14:2, Inc. With a mission of meeting women veterans at their points of need through Advocacy, Empowerment, Interaction, Outreach, and Unification, WVI took off and became a leading member-based nonprofit organization for women veterans. Supporting more than 6,500 women veterans since inception, in 2018, WVI became a stand-alone nonprofit organization.

Under Ginger’s leadership, Women Veterans Interactive Inc forged ahead to create impactful solutions-based programs to address the unique needs of women veterans. Mrs. Miller has worked diligently to secure critical partnerships needed to deliver support services to women veterans through WVI programs.

In 2020, Ms. Miller created the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation to proactively support the ever-changing diverse population of women veterans and military women. Founded upon the vision and growth of Women Veterans Interactive (WVI), the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation (WVIF) is a national 501©3 addressing the unique and often unrecognized challenges facing our nation’s approximately 2.3 million women Veterans.

In September of 2021 President Joe Biden appointed Ms. Miller to the Board of Governors of the USO and in February of 2021, she was appointed as an Honorary Commander for the 316th Operations Group at Joint Base Andrews. She also currently serves on the Advisory Board of Northwest Federal Credit Union and recently completed a five-year term on the Advisory Committee on Minority Veterans at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. She completed her last two terms as Chairwoman.

Mrs. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Hofstra University, a master’s degree in Nonprofit and Association Management from the University of Maryland University College, and a certification in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University.