Calum Miller is a Senior Fellow of Practice in Public Management. 

Calum was previously the Chief Operating Officer of the School and has been the Co-Director of Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE), a multi-country, seven-year research programme seeking to identify what works in shaping systems that can deliver high-quality education for all students. Calum co-directs the School's programmes for public leaders, teaches professional policy skills within the School, and is the convenor of a seminar series on UK Public Policy Making.

Prior to joining the School in 2012, Calum was a senior UK civil servant. Over a 13-year career, he worked in the Treasury, the Cabinet Office, the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development. Before joining the School, he served successively as Principal Private Secretary to the Cabinet Secretary and head of the UK Civil Service (2009-10) and to the Deputy Prime Minister (2010-12).

Calum holds a first-class BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and an MPhil in International Relations (with Distinction) from Oxford University. From 2003-2005, he was a research associate of the Global Economic Governance Programme and published on the impact of financial crises in developing countries.