Our Advisory Team

Meet the 2023 advisory team for the Women in Leadership Conference

Donna Miller

SHRM-SCP, MBA

Co-Founder and CEO, Purse Power, Inc. Chief Growth Officer, Human Capital Management, Xyant Services
BIO

Donna Miller, MBA, SHRM-SCP is the CEO and Co-founder of Purse Power and Chief Growth Officer, Human Capital Management with Xyant Services. She has had more than 30 years of hands-on experience as an entrepreneur and executive in Fortune 500 companies. She is an award-winning talent management consultant and a formally trained executive coach. Donna is now focused on helping women, nationwide, to use their trillions of dollars of collective economic power to buy goods and services from companies that create, support, and improve opportunities for women and girls. Donna is also helping Xyant Services, a minority woman-owned technology staffing and data services company to grow. Xyant has served the Global 1000 for 25 years.

Donna has her MBA in Organizational Development from the University of Colorado at Denver, a BA in Business Administration and Psychology from Baylor University and a certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University. She is the Women President’s Organization MidWest Chapter Co-Chair, served on the Board of the YWCA, cofounded the Women in Leadership Conference at OCU, acted as the Oklahoma Event Co-Chair for the 2020 Women on Boards National Conversation on Board Diversity, co-founded the Senior Organizational Development Association of Oklahoma (SODA), acted as the moderator of the Senior Executive Human Resources Forum (senior HR executive group) and served on the Board of Advocates for the Women and Gender Studies program at OU. Donna is also a 3-time Journal Record Woman of the Year – 50 Making a Difference honoree (and Circle of Excellence Inductee in 2020) and is grateful to have been selected as one of the Oklahoma Hospitality Club’s Ladies in the News in 2022 and one of Journal Record’s Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs in 2020. Recently, Donna joined the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women as an Advisory Council member.