After graduating from Washington & Lee University in 1967, Scott Miller began a career in advertising and political consulting.
As Creative Director of McCann-Erickson
in New York, where he
worked for such clients as Coca-Cola
, Miller Brewing
, Mr. Miller
won every major award for creative excellence in the advertising industry, including many Clio Awards and a Lion d'Or from the Cannes Film Festival.
In 1991, Sawyer/Miller Group was acquired by True North (now Interpublic Group), and Mr. Miller established Core Strategy Group.
At Core, he
has worked on developing communications, marketing and branding strategies for clients like McDonalds, Verizon, CitiGroup, Microsoft, Coca-Cola
, Google, News Corp., The Tribune Company, Highfields Capital, Gannett, Rio Tinto, Cox Newspapers, Women & Co., The Newspaper Association of America, Knight-Ridder, The Southern Company, American Express, The Home Depot and The Walt Disney Company
has also helped develop strategy for the successful political campaigns of Kim Dae Jung and Vicente Fox.
In the 2004 U.S. election, Mr. Miller worked as a strategist for the Bush-Cheney campaign and the National Republican Senate Campaign Committee.
In 2012 he
with Pat Caddell and Bob Perkins - a political action committee dedicated to creating a narrative to help undecided voters to move from Barack Obama to Mitt Romney.
provides commentary on political and corporate communications on the major television networks, and often lectures on communications, branding and insurgent strategies.
wrote Building Brandwidth with Sergio Zyman, The Underdog Advantage with David Morey and One More Customer with Fran Tarkenton.
He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
was included on several Who's Who lists over the years, before realizing the listing is basically a marketing scam.
Nevertheless, to his
great embarrassment, he
bought one faux marble plaque.
Scott Miller lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Denise and sons Tyler and Brett.