ASA-F Board of Directors



Brent began his career with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) in the fall of 2010 and spent over a decade managing CSF’s state-level work in the northeast region – supporting regional sportsmen’s caucuses and members; significantly expanding pro-sportsmen infrastructure; directly engaging in the policy process in support of hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping; and supervising and mentoring others in the same. During this time Brent also served as the organization’s lead for firearm, knife, and deer management issues at both the state and federal levels, while providing a wide range of administrative support services for the States Program Team which ultimately saw him leading CSF’s nationwide state-level efforts as Senior Director, States Program Team in 2022.

Now as Vice President, Policy, Brent continues to serve as the head of CSF’s state-level engagement nationwide and leads a team of 10 regional staff in support of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses, the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus, and their members. Brent also oversees the management of CSF’s Brad Rowse Policy Internship Program, which provides support of CSF’s state and federal policy staff. Prior to joining CSF Brent spent over a decade in various management positions in the for-profit sector, including 8 years in the data science and program analysis field which he regularly pulls from in his data-driven and analytical approach to policy work and organizational leadership.

Brent has been trained at Harvard Kennedy School in Nonprofit Leadership, which included focal areas in organizational leadership and management, strategic planning, financial stewardship, marketing, and development. Prior education includes a Master of Science in Environmental Policy, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a Criminology concentration, two Associate of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Individual studies, and a Professional Development Certificate from The Wildlife Society. Miller currently serves on the Board of the American Suppressor Association Foundation; and previously served as Secretary of the New York Sportsmen’s Advisory Council (2012-2020), an inaugural Member of the Maryland Sportsmen’s Marketing Initiative (2014-2016), and as a Member of the National Wildlife Services Advisory Council under two Administrations (2014-2015, 2019-2020). Brent was awarded the Suppressor Advocate of the Year by the American Suppressor Association (2015), received an Official Citation from the Massachusetts Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus (2015), and was the first, and to-date only member of his graduating class to be inducted into his high school alma matter’s Hall of Pride (2017).