In 2007, Justin Miller co-founded CARE for AIDS as a junior at Vanderbilt University. Despite being a full-time college student, he raised over $250K to open and operate four centers in Kenya for men and women living with HIV/AIDS. He became the Executive Director in September 2009 and has since helped the organization grow to 48 centers, 130 employees, and over 10,000 families served. Justin received a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in Economics and Human and Organizational Development. He received his Masters of Business Administration from Goizueta Business School at Emory University. Justin and his wife of 8 years, Lindsay, and 3-year-old daughter, Addie, live in Atlanta, GA. They are active members of Renovation Church, and Justin serves on the board of his alma mater, Landmark Christian School. Justin received his Masters of Business Administration from Goizueta Business School at Emory University.
CARE for AIDS works to mobilize the church in caring for families affected by HIV/AIDS in Kenya. Through the process of a nine-month program, each of our 23 centers serves 80 clients at a time, empowering them physically, spiritually, economically, socially, and emotionally. We know that it is every parent’s dream to raise and educate their children, and we empower clients to do just that. After graduating from the CARE for AIDS program, clients will live an extra 20-25 years. This means, despite their HIV status, they will live to raise their children and even see their grandchildren. We call it orphan prevention.