We all entered this existence as love, from love.
Our most profound contribution to a more loving and harmonious world
is to remember who we are, to be our authentic self.


Over the past 20 years, I've leveraged the studies of behavioral and cognitive science, consciousness, and culture to help people and brands understand the essence of who they are and how to captivate their audience.

I've consulted for organizations and movements such as American Indian MovementKeep a Child AliveGenocide Intervention FundONE CampaignInternational Justice MissionLawyers Without BordersSave DarfurHuman Rights WatchFreedom HouseUSAID, and the governments of the United States, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Kenya. In 2012 I co-authored the book Wisdom Meets Passion with NYT bestselling author, Dan Miller. Since 2016, I've hosted Inipi Radio, a philosophy podcast discussing indigenous wisdom, humanity, and self-actualization.

I am a lifelong student of creativity, economics, science, strategy, philanthropy, consciousness, and indigenous cultures. I believe we are all extraordinary beings created to thrive through deep relationships, nature, spirituality, and creativity. My purpose is to contribute to a more harmonious world by inspiring others to embrace a perspective rooted in love and interconnectedness.

My travels include twelve years of exploring from coast to coast in the United States, a decade living and working full time in East Africa and almost two years soaking in the pure life of Costa Rica. I currently live in San Diego, California with my wife and three of our four children.


The Delicate Act of Compassionate Acts

Here is a two-part series I created on my podcast, Inipi Radio, that articulate my perspective on philanthropy, humanitarianism, altruism, missions, etc. If you are interested in a discussion on "Conscious Philanthropy", and what that could mean, I hope you'll check these out. 




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Over the last year, I've been compiling a list of people, books, films and other teachings that have inspired and informed my perspective. I update it weekly. If you're interested in checking out this resource list on my podcast site. 


My father, Dan Miller, is a best selling author on discovering a purposeful, meaningful career. He’s also one of my closest friends. I’m grateful for all he has taught me through the years, and specifically, the perspective he bestowed upon me.

While I was living with my family in Mombasa, Kenya, on the Indian Ocean coast, he asked me to collaborate on a book with him. Naturally, I was honored and excited. Wisdom Meets Passion is the result.

Today we face a unique dichotomy between the wisdom of the Baby Boomer generation and the passion of Generation Y. According to Wisdom Meets Passion, the question is not which is right, but rather how can the two work together?

Wisdom, meet passion. Passion, wisdom.

By bringing these two voices to the issue, this book takes readers through familiar plights, such as understanding the American Dream, the quest for security, and work that matters—regardless of age. Through candid storytelling, Dan Miller and Jared Angaza uncover various generational approaches to work, money, success, and relationships, proving that it is possible to be both passionate and wise.

Order the book (Kindle, iTunes, etc.) here on Amazon.



Here are a few highlights from over the years. These are experiences I cherish.
My intention is to provide a window into some of my journeys. 

// Developed brands across East Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

// Liberated 49 Rwanda women from the clutches of sex slavery and trained them for work in various careers across Rwanda that afforded them income, safety and a path to dignity.

// Worked diligently to promote gender, racial and economic equality.

// Co-wrote a bill protecting women’s rights in Rwanda that passed through Parliament and has become a Rwandan law.

// Founded and operated an ethical fashion label in Kigali, Rwanda.

// Co-founded and operated as Brand Director of a Let_it_grow creative agency in Nairobi, Kenya that has developed some of Kenya’s most influential brands.

// Keynote Speaker at 2016 DO Lectures in Costa Rica.

// Joined a cryptocurrency startup called Startup Syndicate as their Brand Advisor in 2018.

// Designed a comprehensive campaign for a major human rights organization to bolster the effectiveness of Civil Society across Kenya.

// Developed the strategy and brand experience for a revolutionary microcredit venture for USAID in Kenya, to be used as their new international model. 

// Orchestrated a four-day workshop to teach Sudan’s top activists how to improve the long-term effectiveness of their campaign efforts.

// Consulted for the governments of the United States, Nigeria, Rwanda and Kenya in the areas of economic and gender equality, business development, and innovations in philanthropy, aid, campaign development, and strategy.

// Co-authored the book Wisdom Meets Passion with my father, NYT best selling author, Dan Miller.

// Developed two creative agencies (one in Kenya, one in the USA) from the ground up, building out all systems and processes, optimizing teams, and developing the overall brand culture and experience. 



Lifelong philanthropist and philosopher, Jared Angaza holds a space for evocative discussions on philosophy, science, consciousness, politics, and culture. How do we utilize the wisdom of indigenous cultures, sages, and revolutionaries to forge a path towards peace and unity? The intention of the show is to inspire you to live deliberately and to come into alignment with nature, humanity, and Spirit.



What Would You Do On Purpose?

Jared / April 20, 2018
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Faith & Patience


The Gift of Attention

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Women’s March


The Gift of Mindfulness


Shine So Bright




Medicine Tribe is a collective of seekers and guides that have come together to hold a sacred space for our collective red road journey.

We create local meet-ups and events that inspire and equip us to expand our perspectives, live in the universal flow, deepen our relationships, and experience more wonder, awe, and creativity. 


If you're ready to explore working with me, check out my Create Together page to learn more about my Integrated Identity Process and how we might work together.