In 2007, Justin Miller co-founded CARE for AIDS as a junior at Vanderbilt University. CARE for AIDS exists to empower people to live a life beyond AIDS. He became the full-time CEO in September 2009 and has since led the organization to grow to over $4.5 million in annual donations, 68 centers in East Africa, 200 employees, and more than 20,000 families served.
Justin received a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in Economics and Human and Organizational Development and an MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University. In October 2019, Justin and his co-founders released their first book, Beyond Blood: Hope and Humanity in the Forgotten Fight against AIDS.
Justin and his wife of ten years, Lindsay, live in Atlanta, Georgia, where they attend Renovation Church. They are the proud parents of a 5-year-old daughter, Addison, a 2-year-old son, Logan, and a newborn son, Finn. Justin serves on the board of his daughter’s school and his alma mater, Landmark Christian School.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- About the nonprofit organization CARE for AIDS
- What led Justin to start CARE for AIDS
- How the organization has grown since it was founded in 2007
- About the book Beyond Blood: Hope and Humanity in the Forgotten Fight against AIDS
- Justin’s best advice for those looking to start a nonprofit
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