Jaimie Miller, APR, CPRC of the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) recently earned professional certification in public relations and received the designation of Certified Public Relations Counselor (CPRC).
Earning the CPRC credential distinguishes senior members of FPRA who have demonstrated understanding and mastery of core public relations principles and ethical practices and have been certified to act as public relations counselors. Currently, there are 122 CPRCs in Florida, including 18 in southwest Florida.
Miller is senior vice president of marketing with CONRIC pr + marketing, where she has worked for four years helping clients in nonprofit and for-profit sectors to develop creative marketing and public relations strategies. Previously she worked in multiple industries, including hospitality, medical and publishing. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida Gulf Coast University, where she studied communication, marketing and journalism. Miller is active in the community with leadership and volunteer roles with organizations like FPRA, United Way and Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Women in Business. In 2020, Miller was honored as Public Relations Professional of the Year from FPRA’s Southwest Florida Chapter and 40-Under-40 by Gulfshore Business Magazine.
To earn the CPRC credential, candidates must have 10 years of experience in the field; have earned the Accredited in Public Relations designation, which is the first tier of accreditation; successfully complete a verbal presentation; and pass a five-hour written exam.