CONRIC PR & Marketing has promoted Jaimie Miller, APR to vice president of marketing, recognizing her commitment to the continued success of CONRIC and its clients. In her new role, Miller will take on leadership responsibilities and continue to work directly with the CONRIC team to develop, implement, manage and expand the firm’s marketing footprint with regional and national clients.
Miller has helped the award-winning firm serve clients with dedication and attention to detail since joining the team. She has focused on public relations and marketing strategy, project management, client relationship management, business development and branding for the firm’s diverse client base.
“As we continue to grow our reach to serve more nationally recognized companies, it’s with great pleasure that we promote key individuals within our agency, such as Jaimie Miller,” said Connie Ramos-Williams, founder and chief marketing officer of CONRIC PR & Marketing. “Jaimie truly leads by example, understands the value of our company culture and maintains a loyal commitment to the success of our clients.”
The Minnesota native has cultivated a spirit of creativity, outreach and collaboration between members of the firm, clients and the Southwest Florida community. An accredited public relations professional certified by the Universal Accreditation Board, Miller has the tools and skillset to help deliver measurable results.
“I believe great marketing creates an experience for people. It should engage all senses and evoke emotion,” Miller said. “I’m proud to be part of a team that believes in this philosophy and my goal is to continue raising that bar every day.”
Miller graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a focus in public relations. She previously worked as the marketing director for Gulfshore Life magazine and in the same capacity for Riverchase Dermatology. She serves as the vice president of membership for the Southwest Florida chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association and volunteers in the United Way ReadingPals Program.
Miller often speaks at community events, like the Goodwill SWFL MicroEnterprise Program, to share her marketing expertise with local business owners and inspire them to success. She will participate in the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in November at North Collier Regional Park to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research.