Alex Miller is a Senior Account Executive focused on media outreach and event execution for corporate clients. She specializes in maximizing press coverage and implementing long-term media strategy in an ever-changing, multi-platform news landscape. From the Associated Press and Wall Street Journal to Pennsylvania Farm Country Radio, Alex has worked with outlets of all shapes, sizes, and audiences.
Prior to joining kglobal, Alex worked on Capitol Hill for over five years in various communications roles in the House and Senate. She served as communications director for two frontline Democrats, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney from New York and Representative Ami Bera from California. As Communications Director, she crafted strategy, executed messaging, pitched stories, and served as a senior advisor to active members of the House of Representatives. Alex previously served as Press Secretary for U.S. Senator Bob Casey, acting as his main spokesperson for all Pennsylvania media outlets, and traveled to all corners of the Commonwealth for events and media appearances.
Alex has a Bachelor of Arts from Georgetown University where she specialized in American Government and History. She hails from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and lives in D.C. with her fiancé and their cat named Goose.
One last thing… Alex’s friends and colleagues value her quick wit and decisiveness; from her opinions on politics, which of the Real Housewives franchise is the best (New York), and how to execute a successful media strategy, she knows what works.
IRL FTW: Three Reasons to have In-Person Events in the Digital Age
April 10, 2018
April 10, 2018
| by Alex Miller
As the saying goes, everything old is new again; track suits, high-waisted jeans, and the Roseanne reboot are back in vogue, so could this motto apply to your media relations strategy? No, I’m not talking about faxing a press release, but instead having an honest-to-goodness, in-person media event. While putting an event together certainly takes […]