Bryan Miles Biography

Meet Bryan Miles
Bryan Miles

Bryan MilesĀ  is CEO and co-founder of Miles Advisory Group, Inc., which is the parent company of eaHELP, the leading executive virtual assistant provider, and MAG Bookkeeping, a virtual bookkeeper serving churches.

Miles Advisory Group was founded in late 2010 with eaHELP and MAG Bookkeeping quickly developing into distinct brands. Bryan oversees the organization in partnership with his wife and co-founder Shannon Miles, who serves as COO.

eaHELP is the virtual assistant brand of Miles Advisory Group. Since its inception, eaHELP has experienced triple digit growth in each fiscal year through its work of matching busy leaders with US-based, high-caliber executive virtual assistants.

eaHELP works with an increasing range of clients and industries that serve Fortune 500 executives, small-to-medium business executives, business owners, pastors, executive directors, physicians, attorneys and other equivalent leadership roles.

MAG Bookkeeping is the virtual bookkeeping brand of Miles Advisory Group, serving churches across the country by connecting to the duties of church accounting and payroll to help busy pastors and growing churches.

Leveraging web-based technologies and deploying highly-qualified virtual bookkeepers, all based in the United States, MAG Bookkeeping provides churches with real people with huge hearts for ministry.

Prior to starting the Miles Advisory Group, Bryan worked for companies in the tech and construction industries, including his role as vice president of consulting for Cogun, a national church construction company. Bryan obtained his Bachelor of Arts in business from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

Bryan, Shannon, and their two children attend church at the Browns Bridge campus of North Point Community Church and live in metro Atlanta. In addition to playing Legos, building forts, drawing and coloring with his kids, and hanging out at the beach with his family, Bryan also enjoys backpacking, mountain climbing, writing, reading old history about Mount Everest climbs, and watching episodes of Goldrush on Discovery.

Published at Human Resources