Ted Miller to oversee Human Kinetics’ sports and coaching education

Author: ASEP marketing


Ted Miller has been appointed to the new position of vice president and sports education director for Human Kinetics. Miller’s role includes the one previously held by former ASEP director Jim Schmutz, who has taken the position of president and CEO of Special Olympics Maryland.

Miller came to Human Kinetics in 1989 as an intern for ASEP after completing his coursework and comprehensive exams toward a doctorate in Sport & Exercise Science at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Soon thereafter he was developing the curriculum for what was then called the American Coaching Effectiveness Program (later renamed American Sport Education Program) and starting to sign legendary coaches like Morgan Wootten, Dan Gable, Dick Hannula, and Joe Newton to author books for the high school coaching market.

Miller quickly rose through the ranks at HK, directing Human Kinetics’ Consumer Division for nearly 14 years, and becoming a vice president and member of the Human Kinetics management team. Over the past two decades, he has helped Human Kinetics forge many fruitful partnerships with sport and coaching organizations, including the American Baseball Coaches Association, American Football Coaches Association, National Basketball Coaches Association, National Soccer Coaches Association of America, and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association.

Ted’s extensive background in all aspects of sport and business management makes him the ideal candidate for this new position, overseeing all of Human Kinetics’ sports and coaching education ventures, including ASEP.

Here is Ted’s contact information:

Ted Miller
(217) 403-7578