Virginia Miller Communications

Dedicated to Transforming Your Communication Skills for Success Virginia Miller has a proven track record of teaching CEOs, senior level executives, and topic experts how to transform their communication skills so they can excel in media interviews and public speaking. Now she is available to help you and your team develop exceptional communication skills so you can successfully convey your organization’s vision and point of view. Miller has more than 30 years of experience working with national and local media in the private and public sectors, including the federal government where she served at two federal agencies as a presidential appointee in the Clinton Administration. At the U.S. Department of Commerce, she was the Communications Director for the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles, a presidential initiative between the federal government and the automotive industry. At the U.S. Department of Transportation, she was head of the Federal Highway Administration’s Public Affairs Office, and worked on numerous highway issues, including Boston’s Big Dig scandal. She also worked on press issues and events for the Secretary of Transportation. After the Clinton Administration ended, she served as Communications Director for two congressional candidates. Prior to starting her own business, she was the Director-Media Relations for the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) for nearly 16 years. In addition to her advocacy media efforts that put public transportation on the national media agenda, she also offered media training to the Leadership APTA program. (Many public transit industry CEOs have graduated from this program.) Virginia Miller is available for one-on-one coaching, as well as group trainings. She is also available to assist on other communications projects (i.e., press releases, speeches). To contact Virginia Miller for a free consultation, email her at or call her at 202-309-5689.

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