Mark Miller leads strategic communications to support the de Beaumont Foundation’s mission, initiatives, and partners, applying his experience in philanthropy, health care, politics, and policymaking to improve the health of communities and people.
Throughout his career, Mark has advanced political, nonprofit, and corporate missions in leadership positions at the Case Foundation, the White House, Children’s National Health System, the National Governors Association, and the Corporation for National Service. He was also a senior vice president at Powell Tate, the Washington office of global PR agency Weber Shandwick. He combines traditional communications skills with an expertise in digital strategies and creates integrated, innovative solutions that deliver measurable results and spark social change.
Mark was a senior writer and editor in the Clinton White House, where he managed a team of policy writers. Also during the Clinton Administration, he helped launch and shape the AmeriCorps national service program.
Mark has been invited to speak about effective communications and social impact to organizations including the American Public Health Association, the Society for Health Communication, the International Vaccine Summit, Human Rights First, the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, the Children’s Hospital Association, the Child Health Corporation of America, and National Capital Healthcare Executives. His writing has appeared in numerous blogs, websites, and publications, and for several years he was the reggae reporter for The Washington Post.