SVP of social change,
Lisa Miller, SVP of Social Change at Ogilvy
Ogilvy was founded in 1948 and currently operates 132 offices in 82 countries, according to its website. The company said its other specialty areas include growth and innovation, advertising and health.
She said she provides strategic direction for projects aimed at educating communities about disaster risks and helping them take steps needed to be more resilient against natural hazards.
Prior to joining Ogilvy in January 2017, Miller was senior vice president at FleishmanHillard, a public relations and communications company.
Miller said she led communications programs for government agencies, companies, cultural institutions, nonprofit organizations and other clients.
Among her accomplishments in the role was the establishment of a government agency’s advertising literacy program for adolescents.
She previously served as an adjunct faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, where she taught an online public relations writing class to students earning their master’s degree in communication.
Miller graduated from Hood College with a bachelor’s degree in communication arts with a concentration in public relations.
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