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Luther Miller

Finity Member
Luther Miller

Luther Miller

Finity Member


Luther serves as a Vice President in the San Francisco office. His responsibilities include building and maintaining relationships with our clients, overseeing the delivery of our work, and developing our employees.


A servant leader, Mr. Miller has made a career in professional services helping clients around the global with business transformation and enablement through technology projects. Clients Mr. Miller has served include Gap, Florida Marlins, Air Products, Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, and Microsoft. Prior to joining Pariveda, Luther was a Vice President at Softagon Corporation, a financial software and services consulting firm, where he was responsible for building client relationships, managing custom software development projects, and rolling up his sleeves to write some of the code to serve investment firms world-wide. He started his consulting career with Cambridge Technology Partners, where he helped launch European operations as a technical team leader for projects in the UK, Belgium, and Amsterdam.

Outside of the Office

Out of the office, Luther enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, and running. Before settling in San Francisco, he lived in Sydney, London, Amsterdam, and Berlin and speaks fluent German.

Education and Service

Mr. Miller received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Brown University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Miller is actively involved in his community taking on roles such as PTA treasurer, little league baseball coach, and kids’ soccer team manager.

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