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Cindy Miller helps companies evolve their communications to get the best results from both traditional and social media. Cindy built her communications and management skills as the Metro Editor for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, directing news coverage for the state of Georgia with a staff of more than 100 journalists. She has a master’s degree in business administration.

Cindy’s recent work includes serving as the communications director for 11 campaigns to educate voters and advocate passage of a 1 percent sales tax to fund transportation projects around the state. Cindy has also worked on communications initiatives with numerous organizations, including FedEx, Coca-Cola, Google, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgians for Passenger Rail, The Associated Press and the U.S. military newspaper Stars and Stripes. She works with small businesses, too, helping business owners create and implement communications strategy. She works with high-profile individuals in the area of reputation management and with companies in need of crisis communications.

Cindy also directed the media and public relations strategy for a Constitutional Amendment on Georgia’s November, 2010, ballot that passed with 67 percent of the vote, winning in all 159 Georgia counties. This work included creating and implementing a media strategy that included social media efforts, writing and placing opinion columns around the state, building relationships with key members of the media and rapid response to daily media and organizational needs.