David Miller is Afrofuturism, an idea he brought to the city of Pompano Beach in 2017 as the self-proclaimed Cultural Arts Ambassador. David has worked on civic boards and in committees as well as volunteered and mentored for 5 years. He has received 7 certificates and appreciation awards in 2018 alone. Miller has spread his theories and philosophy of building a culture around the ownership of social property, intellectual property, and physical property. David is known for educating the public on culture being; Religion, Art, & Science. David Miller is the Site Manager of Pompano's first Community Garden where he teaches paid interns about organic growing. He has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and an Associate's degree in Biblical Studies. Even though his hobbies and interests lie in agriculture, sci-fi movies, and comic books, he is also a person that values historical facts. Possessing sentimental value for relics and wanting to preserve historical landmarks and information, he became a member of the Pompano Beach Historical Society where he has displayed exhibits and donated autobiographies, along with his time and chronological input. Working as a media artist and consultant for a variety of clients, David has acquired a keen general outlook on what people need and enjoy. David Miller being the son of Daniel Miller, Pompano Beach's first Black General Contractor he understands project management and city development. Working as a security officer in 2011 he learned how to make reports and patrol, relay messages with law enforcement, while at the same time educating people on the social climate. He and a group of friends created a Charity Foundation called OneWay Up, where he acts as a counselor restoring people's values and self-worth.