Bachelor of Arts, Stanford University, 1956; Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1958; Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1960; postgraduate, London School Economics, 1961.
Principal examiner housing and urban development, United States bureau of Budget, Washington, 1961-1968; senior research officer, Urban Institute Washington, 1968-1969; partner, Government Research Corporation, Washington, 1969-1971; vice president, 1st Boston Corporation, New York City, 1971-1975; budget director, City of New York, 1976-1977; 1st deputy mayor, City of New York, 1977; executive director, New York State Emergency Finance Control Board, 1978; president, chief operating officer, News American Public, Inc., 1978-1985; chairman, Kummerfeld Associations, since 1985; president, Magazine Publications of America Inc., since 1987. Board directors Sequa Corporation, New York City, Educap Inc., Washington, United Nations Development Corporation, International House, New York City.
Member City University of New York Institute Public Administration, Graduate Center, Milano Graduate School, New School University, New York City, Finance Control Board New York City, 1985-1990. Chairman Mayor's Task Force on Homeless, New York City, 1986-1987. Member of Harvard, Metropolitan (New York City).
Son of Theodore and Edith Aileen (Bowman) K. M. Elizabeth Kubota Miller, February 14, 1970. 1 daughter, Theodosia W.