CONRIC pr + marketing’s vice president recognized as a rising star
Online PR News – 03-September-2020 – Fort Myers, Florida – Jaimie Miller, vice president of marketing for CONRIC pr + marketing, collected another prestigious honor recently as Gulfshore Business named her one of the area's rising stars under the age of 40.
The magazine will profile Miller and the other 40 Under 40 honorees in its September issue. The 18th annual awards are always a highlight of any young professional’s career, honoring leaders who have excelled professionally and embraced volunteerism within their community.
“I am humbled and honored to be selected as one of this year’s 40 Under 40 award winners,” Miller said. “I truly enjoy helping my community and my clients in every way possible to build a better Southwest Florida.”
Miller’s leadership and marketing skills have positioned CONRIC pr + marketing as an industry leader. Her role as a strategist, creator, innovator, problem solver and visionary provide a diverse group of local, national and international CONRIC clients with clear direction and insight. Many of her client projects have won multiple FPRA local and state awards as well as Advertising Federation awards and a Muse design award.
Miller is very active in the community, volunteering with several nonprofit organizations including the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties, Florida Public Relations Association and Women In Business. A graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University, Miller has served on the FGCU Alumni Association board and frequently presents marketing lectures at Goodwill’s Microenterprise classes.
In April, Miller also was named the Public Relations Professional of the Year by the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association during its annual Local Image Awards event.
“Jaimie’s integrity and work ethic are greatly valued by me, our clients and the industry,” CONRIC pr + marketing chief marketing officer and president Connie Ramos-Williams said. “Her contributions are award-winning, and her leadership is game changing.”