HEATHER MILLER

Speaker & Writer - Nashville, TN

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Heather Miller bio...

From growing up in an abusive, drug dealing home on welfare to serving impoverished children in Africa, touring the country as an indie-pop duo, or partnering with her husband, director of Brave Enough Artist Agency, APCA’s 2019 Agency of the Year, Heather has embraced a healed heart, and teaches others the tools to move beyond their own limitations.  As an expert in interpersonal communications, Heather is not only a vulnerable, compelling speaker, but she creates a safe place for your students to interact and reflect, identify and take action steps to improve their lives. Heather helps students jump on the fast track for emotional intelligence, empowering them to become healthy and confident leaders who can in turn foster a powerful and exciting campus culture.  Recipient of NACA’s Outstanding Educational Session award, Heather’s creative programs are perfect for leadership, orientation, retreats, mental health, and prevention of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

When not speaking or writing, Heather can be found painting, swimming, hiking, garage saling, or playing board games with her heart-of-gold husband, Mark, and precious children, Rockwell (5), and Juliette (3)... or cooking unusually large amounts of quinoa, kale, sweet potatoes, and hot wings for the teen girls she has the privilege of mentoring.

$1,750 + SLMRT

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Jamestown Community College

"With all the challenges that young people face daily, it’s so important that parents, educators and mentors send the message of self acceptance and forgiveness. Our words can sometimes fall short, but Heather’s message is so incredibly impactful because she doesn’t just talk the talk, she walked the walk. And today, she serves as a living example of resilience and positivity. Students get to see that there are not just survivors, but thrivers. It’s a message all students should hear."