Talking to the clubs official site, Steve explained a bit about his background.
"I have worked within the football industry for 17 years. I spent 13 years at Derby County in both the Premiership and Championship and then moved to Sheffield Wednesday in November 2004.
"I see coming to Rotherham as a great opportunity to be a part of something that is clearly building for the future. I've known Tony Stewart for a number of years and his ambition speaks for itself. To be a part of the resurrection of a club like Rotherham United is a fantastic opportunity for me and I am looking forward to the task ahead.
"The Club continues to work towards a new stadium and that is something else I look forward to being involved with," Steve continued.
"During my time at Derby we moved from the Baseball Ground to Pride Park and it was a fantastic time. I hope that the creation of a purpose-built stadium will rejuvenate Rotherham United. In the current climate there are not many clubs who will have the opportunity to move to new stadia and I think Rotherham United are very fortunate to have someone like Tony Stewart backing the project.
"Despite currently working for Sheffield Wednesday I have followed the club's fortunes closely because my partner is both from and lives in Rotherham, and her father is a season ticket holder at Don Valley," he added.
"Despite the obvious limitations of playing at Don Valley and training in Doncaster I want to create a sense of unity between the Club and its fans. If people look back to this time last year they will realise how far the Club has come and I wanted to be a part of Rotherham United as they continue to
MillersMAD wishes Steve every success in his role with the football club.