Profile

Jake Miller is the vice president of economic development in the Bose McKinney & Evans Site Selection and Economic Incentives practice group. Jake manages the request for proposal (RFP) process for multi-billion-dollar site selection and economic incentive projects around the country. This includes domestic and foreign direct investment projects in a variety of industries, including aviation, semiconductor, automotive and paper. His responsibilities include drafting RFPs, disseminating them to states, analyzing responses, negotiating incentives and providing site recommendations to the Site Selection and Economic Incentive team and to clients.

Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, Jake served as the deputy chief of staff for the Indiana Secretary of Commerce. In this role, he served as a member of the executive committee and assisted the chief of staff in running the day-to-day operations of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. He collaborated with the team on active expansion and attraction projects around the state. He assisted in the coordination, planning and execution of more than sixty international economic development missions, led by the Indiana Governor or Secretary of Commerce, to twenty-six countries, which resulted in record-breaking foreign direct investment into the state. He also organized countless domestic economic development missions for the Governor, Secretary of Commerce and other members and guests of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Jake served in several other roles, including as the associate vice president of domestic and international operations, during his tenure at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.

Education

Indiana University