Joining a prestigious list of past recipients, CONRIC PR & Marketing Vice President of Marketing Jaimie Miller, APR was named Public Relations Professional of the Year by the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association during its annual Local Image Awards event, held April 23.
The annual award honors someone who leads by “word and deed,” displaying professional attitude, exercising a high standard of professional conduct, always cooperative and supportive of fellow public relations professionals and focused on raising the professional standing of FPRA in the community.
Other noteworthy winners have included Susan Bennett, APR, CPRC of Susan Bennett Marketing & Media, Carolyn Rogers, APR, CPRC of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, Teri Hansen, APR of Priority Marketing and Connie Ramos-Williams, President and Chief Marketing Officer at CONRIC PR & Marketing.
“This was an incredible and unexpected honor,” Miller said. “I am humbled to have received such noteworthy recognition from my peers in the public relations profession.”
Miller’s award adds to an impressive list of accomplishments with FPRA. In 2019, she was recognized as the chapter’s Member of the Year. In 2015, she was honored with the organization’s Rising Star Award, the same year she earned her coveted accreditation in public relations designation from the Universal Accreditation Board. Miller has been awarded multiple full scholarships to the FPRA annual state conference. She also serves on the executive board for the local chapter and has held numerous leadership roles during her eight years as a member.
“Jaimie is a valuable member of our CONRIC PR & Marketing team,” Ramos-Williams said. “Her contributions are not only award-winning but also game changing for our clients. She continues to set an example of excellence for our team and the industry.”
Many of her client projects with CONRIC have won multiple FPRA local and state awards as well as Advertising Federation awards and a Muse design award.
A graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University, Miller started her career at CONRIC in 2017. She is also very active in the community, volunteering with several nonprofit organizations including the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties and Florida Public Relations Association. She also has served on the FGCU Alumni Association board and frequently presents marketing lectures at Goodwill’s Microenterprise classes.