Port hires Mark Miller to direct information technology

Mark Miller has joined the Port of Tacoma to lead the information technology team.

Miller brings more than 30 years of experience in IT. Before joining the Port, Miller served most recently as vice president of IT at Weyerhaeuser Company. In this role, he provided leadership to a team of 250 IT professionals that completed more than 100 merger integration projects with over $30 million investment and established an IT governance model to create transparency into IT investments.

He also served as vice president and chief information officer for Plum Creek Timber Company, prior to its merger with Weyerhaeuser in 2016.

Miller will oversee the IT department at the Port, which also supports The Northwest Seaport Alliance.

Miller is a lifelong Pierce County resident. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and economics from Pacific Lutheran University.

About the Port of Tacoma

The Port of Tacoma is an economic engine for South Puget Sound. More than 29,000 jobs are generated by port activity, which also provides $195 million per year in state and local taxes to support education, roads and police and fire protection for our community. As a partner in The Northwest Seaport Alliance, the Port of Tacoma is also a major cargo gateway to Asia and Alaska.