Duane Miller has over thirty years of experience in the education field, including over twenty years working directly with students from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. After earning an undergraduate degree in education, he pursued his passion for teaching throughout a 22 year career with the US Air Force, including six years as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Maryland (UM) overseas and as a full time Associate Professor of Aerospace Studies on the UM College Park campus. Following completion of his Air Force career, Mr. Miller began a long and eventful career in education. This service included classroom experience at every grade level from sixth grade through several college and university positions. Over this period, Mr. Miller spent many years teaching in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods, during which time he formulated and nurtured his concept of delivering academic assistance directly to students living in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. These experiences led to formulation of the Neighborhood Tutoring Program model for on-site tutoring. In 1999, Mr. Miller was awarded the prestigious Milken National Educator Award for services rendered while teaching middle school mathematics and social studies in Prince Georges County, Maryland. Mr. Miller is currently serving as an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Northern Virginia Community College and since 2008 he has simultaneously focused on building and guiding the free, faith-based, volunteer-staffed, non-profit Neighborhood Tutoring Program.