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Pamela T. Miller

VP Sustainability & Community Investment
Medco Health Services

Pamela T. Miller

Pamela T. Miller, Esq. is Vice President, Sustainability and Community Investment at Medco and also serves as Executive Director of the Medco Foundation. Medco is  the world’s leading pharmacy benefit management company and a member of the Fortune 50.  Pamela is responsible for Medco’s environmental, economic and societal advancement initiatives as well as Medco’s relationships with the White House, Congressional leaders, key federal agencies focused on sustainability issues, and numerous collaboratives and think tanks in which Medco participates. Pamela  also leads several other major initiatives within the company. Prior to this role, Pamela served as Vice President, Market Strategy and Development and as Vice President, Policy, Strategy and Solutions for Medco.

Prior to joining Medco in 2003, Ms. Miller served at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey as vice president, enterprise planning and quality, leading its government programs, strategy formulation process, and enterprise program management office, for more than 10 years.  Prior to that, Ms. Miller was Deputy Commissioner for Environmental Health Services for the New York City Department of Health, director of the Hudson County Department of Environmental and Public Health, in New Jersey and National Director for Minority Initiatives and Occupational Health for the American Lung Association.

Ms. Miller is a Commissioner,  New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority,  and  a Board member of the Women’s Association of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.  Ms. Miller is also a member of the American and National Bar Associations, the Links, Inc. and Jack and Jill of America, Bergen County Chapters.  She is a past president of the Garden State Bar Association, New Jersey’s oldest and largest membership organization of African-American lawyers. Ms Miller was appointed by former New Jersey Governor, Jon S. Corzine, to serve on his Blue Ribbon Panel on Financial Restructuring. 

Ms. Miller is an awardee of the Black Alumnae of the Year, Seton Hall University Law School 2003; and recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award, Girl Scouts of Bergen County, 2001; Urban League of Hudson County’s Outstanding Achievement Award, 2004; Thurgood Marshall College Fund Award for Excellence, 2005; National Bar Association Award for Outstanding Service, 2005; the Bergen County Black History Award for Professional Achievement, 2005 and the 2007 Corporate Trailblazers Award, the Association of Black Women Lawyers of New Jersey.  Ms. Miller was honored by the Garden State Bar Association in June 2007 with its highest award for professional achievement and community involvement. In 2008, Ms. Miller was honored by the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce for her business accomplishments and commitment to economic vitality in the region.

Ms. Miller holds a BS in natural science from Saint Peter’s College. An attorney,  she also holds a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and to the United States Supreme Court.

Ms. Miller is a frequent speaker at national forums on health policy, sustainability and community investment isuues.

She resides in Bergen County, New Jersey and Washington, DC with her two children.