Andy Miller was hired as President of Seminole Boosters, Inc. in 1975 at the age of 24. He has served as CEO for 36 years shepherding the Boosters through explosive growth in fundraising (revenues
increased from $300,000 to over $45 million per year). He has served six FSU presidents, three head football coaches, and seven athletic directors. Miller conceived the idea for the University Center
Complex, an innovative blend of academic and athletic needs, resulting in 500,000 square feet of classroom office space for university needs and the nation's most-impressive stadium. Miller also
pioneered Heritage Grove, which is home to more than a dozen fraternities. This third-generation Seminole created FSU's licensing and affinity programs and has been instrumental in land acquisitions
enabling the campus to expand its footprint by 25 percent. He's lead three capital campaigns totaling $200 million for athletic facilities and the scholarship endowment. Together with athletics, the
Boosters developed the master plan which led to the Basketball Training Center, renovation and expansion of Dick Howser Baseball Stadium, the Morcom Aquatics Center, the McIntosh Track Building, the
Barry Smith and Mary Anne Styles soccer/softball building and complex, the Middleton Golf Building, the Speicher Tennis Center and most-recently an indoor tennis facility. Miller is a member of the
Circle of Gold; past recipient of the Sliger Award; and now adds his induction as the Moore-Stone Award Winner.