Alvin "Skip" Miller was an American recording industry executive. He worked for 17 years at Motown Records and served as the label's last president before the company was sold to MCA. While at Motown, he was credited with developing Rick James, DeBarge and the Commodores. After the sale of Motown, Miller worked for a decade at RCA Records, where he was credited with rejuvenating the label's black music division and helping to develop the rap genre. He later worked as the manager of Lionel Richie's solo career.