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Coach J David Miller – Minister, Hall of Fame Head Coach, Author and Producer

Sustained excellence is a career staple for ‘Coach’ J David Miller, a pastor, Hall of Fame coach, best-selling author, producer and award-winning marketing/communications strategist.

Currently, Miller is a pastor at Desert Chapel, and Chairman of Coachella Sports & Entertainment Stadium Authority. He is also a three-time Coach of the Year for the Palm Springs-based SoCal Coyotes, a non-profit leadership organization that NFL executives named ‘America’s #1 Developmental Pro Football Program.’

The SoCal Coyotes are the District 28 ‘2021 Nonprofit of the Year,’ as selected by the California State Senate. They are also the Coachella Valley’s most dominant sports organization in history, with 3 undefeated seasons, 10 title appearances and 6 championships since 2012.

In 2013, the AAA Football Hall of Fame made Miller a unanimous selection for his “ongoing 30-year contribution as an author, administrator and coach.”

A recipient of the coveted New York Newspaper Guild’s Page One Award for Journalism Excellence, Miller is widely known for his 13 books, which include collaborations with numerous NFL coaches and players, notably the iconic Jerry Glanville and NFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl champion Hank Stram. Others include “Third and Long” with former Cardinals’ All-Pro QB Neil Lomax, and “Hawaii Warrior Football: A Story of Faith, Hope and Redemption,” with former Hawaii and SMU head coach June Jones.

A winner of a National Addy from the American Advertising Awards, Miller has engineered national marketing campaigns for notable clients and companies. He conceived, wrote, co-directed and produced three national direct-response campaigns, including one with NFL Legend and Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka; another with Dr. Robert Voy, former Chief Medical Officer of the United States Olympic Committee; former CNN anchor Bella Shaw; and hosted two long-form shows on Smart Heart and the five-time World Champion Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League.

Miller also served the Storm as Senior Vice President. His passion for Arena football dates back to the league’s inception, when he played for the Pittsburgh Gladiators.

The Six-Time Champion SoCal Coyotes

The SoCal Coyotes are the District 28 ‘2021 Nonprofit of the Year,’ as selected by the California State Senate. The organization reshapes lives, homes and communities by ‘Building Champions, Building Men.’ Its year-round ‘faith, family and football’ leadership programs, community service and sports initiatives develop aspiring football athletes; educate, equip and inspire at-risk youth; nurture single fathers and father figures; extoll the virtues of family values, positive fathering and family legacy; and mentor young men into trusted corporate citizens with employment opportunities and sustainable incomes.

Off the field, more than 500,000 youth have participated in Coyote Leadership camps, clinics and symposia, which features the non-profit’s award-winning curriculum. On the field, more than 1,200 college and pro prospects have matured through the Coyote program, with many advancing to college scholarships or NFL, CFL, and Arena opportunities.

On July 7, 2014, TheFootballEducator.com, led by two-time Super Bowl winner and former Denver Broncos GM Ted Sundquist, named the Coyotes “America’s #1 Developmental Football Program.”

Offensively, the Coyotes feature the Run ‘n’ Shoot, which Miller learned from mentor and legend Darrel ‘Mouse’ Davis, godfather of the modern four-wide spread attack. Miller has developed four different league MVPs, and two National Players of the Year.

In 13 seasons, the Coyotes have never missed the playoffs; finished undefeated three times; played in 10 league championships – winning six; with one national championship runner-up. Miller is the 2015 APFL Coach of the Year; 2015 LCFL Coach of the Year; the 2014 Southern California Football Alliance Offensive Coach of the Year; and the 2012 AAA National Coach of the Year. Miller’s Coyote teams are 105-18; his overall career won-loss record is 154-27 (.848 winning percentage).

Discover more at www.thesocalcoyotes.com, or www.facebook.com/thesocalcoyotes.com

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