Just before his senior year, Miller left Princeton University to build Branch, which Facebook bought in January 2014.
At Facebook, Josh Miller oversaw the development of new consumer-facing products and features. He was also a part-time Venture Partner at Betaworks, an early-stage investor in technology companies.
Since September 2015, Josh Miller is serving as the White House's first Director of Product.
Originally from Santa Monica, CA, he now lives in Washington D.C., after spending four years in New York City and London.
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
Jan 30, 2014
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