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Lauren Miller Promoted to Senior VP of Moxley Carmichael




Lauren Miller has been promoted to senior vice president of Moxley Carmichael and will be responsible for strategy, vision and leadership of the firm’s public relations services, including delivery of creative ideas, excellent service and bottom-line impacting results to clients. Miller, who joined Moxley Carmichael in 2007, has earned four promotions in 12 years and has handled key communications strategies and day-to-day media relations and public relations activities for such clients as Pilot Flying J, Covenant Health and Summit Medical Group.

Miller has been instrumental in planning and promoting signature events, such as the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, Pilot Celebrity Pumpers, Free Flu Shot Saturday supported by Summit Medical Group, Big Ears Festival, the Tennessee Theatre’s 90th Birthday and Young-Williams Animal Center’s Mardi Growl and Furry Fall Festival. She was instrumental in the nationwide U.S. Cellular Calling All Communities and Calling All Teachers programs, which provided millions of dollars to schools and educators in Tennessee, including Knoxville, and helped to open the first East Tennessee based Chuy’s, Babalu Tapas & Tacos and Dave & Buster’s restaurants.

Miller is a recent graduate of the Leadership Knoxville Class of 2019 and also earned recognition in 2017 as a “40 Under 40” honoree by the News Sentinel’s knox.biz. The Oak Ridge native earned a degree in public relations from the University of Florida in 2007. She started as an intern in 2006 and was hired by Moxley Carmichael as a public relations specialist after she graduated from college. She resides in Knoxville with her husband, John; their 11-month old daughter, Ellie; and a rescue dog named Chloe.

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