Greg Miller

Founder and Chairman

Greg Miller is an American businessman, philanthropist and adventurer. His career has encompassed leadership responsibilities in such diverse areas as real estate, automobile dealerships and professional sports. His efforts to strengthen communities have impacted many, and his travels have yielded unprecedented feats.

Greg’s passion for off-road vehicles and the great outdoors converge in Salt Lake City’s Land Cruiser Heritage Museum which displays more than 100 models of Land Cruisers. Greg is founder, chairman and curator of the museum. Greg co-conceived and led Expeditions 7, a 58,000-mile global expedition that marked the first instance of a single vehicle driving on all seven continents. More recently, he led the first successful traverse of the long axis of Greenland’s ice cap in motorized vehicles.

Miller serves on several boards, including the Sutherland Institute, the Utah Office of Tourism, and the Sherry Black Foundation, which Greg and his wife Heidi established in memory of Heidi’s mother, and which facilitates training of law enforcement officers to help solve violent crimes. Greg and Heidi reside in Salt Lake City. They have six children and nine grandchildren.