Romanita "Cenia" Miller Class Of 1998


Romanita “Cenia” Miller is a graduate of the class of 1998, a proud Dominator and RTB as well as a USAFA Prep School grad, fulfilling her dream of becoming an Airforce officer. She followed her father’s footsteps into the officer corps who rose from the enlisted ranks to become a Captain in the Air Force (Mustang). After graduation, she became a Communications Officer at the Pentagon with a follow-on to Joint Staff. Cenia was in the Pentagon on Sept 11 and returned to the Pentagon on Sept 12 as fires continued to burn ensuring Air Force communications went uninterrupted. Upon separating, she became a government civilian working for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) within the National Capital Region. She continues to work for DIA currently serving in a leadership role as the J26 for USSPACECOM at Peterson SFB. Cenia lives in Colorado Springs and continues to support and dedicate her time to USAFA and our future leaders by being a “Sponsor Parent” to a cadet and volunteering at Doolittle Hall. She enjoys cooking, traveling and time with friends and family – to include husband Roger (retired Air Force), son-Roman and daughter-Shayla (aspiring future cadet) and two Vizslas – Captain and Whiskey.

Candidacy Statement

I am a proud Alumna of the Class of 1998 and I have an unyielding passion to see USAFA continue to progress and do great things for/with its' Preppies, Cadets and Alumni. My father served in the Air Force for 20 years and I was raised to have pride in my country and my ability to serve – serving on the Association of Graduates Board further enables my commitment to the Long Blue Line.

I have served in the military and as a government civilian for over 24 years and am a certified Facilitator, enabling me to actively listen and encourage participation/creativity during Board meetings and ad-hoc conversations. I have managed million-dollar contracts and developed/executed multi-million dollar spend plans for various government programs throughout the last 20 years of my career.

I have the time and flexibility to attend AOG board meetings and am an advocate of networking and leveraging personal contacts to accomplish a positive end goal. I believe in being properly informed on a proposal/discussion before making any decisions or casting a vote and will advocate/dissent as appropriate. I look forward to the opportunity to serve USAFA Alumni-past, present and future.