Entrepreneur • Health Advocate • Motivational Speaker
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"Dream big, the sky is a limit not the limit."
-Nadia E. Miller
About Nadia E. Miller
Powerful, Engaging, and Knowledgeable. These are just a few of the words that people use to describe Nadia E. Miller. With over 15 years of experience in the corporate sector, 11 years serving as the Executive Director of Pink-4-Ever Inc., and demonstrable success as a small business owner, Nadia E. Miller is the inspiration behind a movement that thrives to empower, inspire, and elevate others . Miller, who earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from Indiana Wesleyan University, leverages her formal education, her real world-experience, and her passion to motivate and inspire others.
Nadia E. Miller continues to use her gifts to serve organizations and groups whose missions are aligned with hers. She has served as the Chairperson of the Circle of Promise Committee; she is a member of the National Coalition of Negro Women Indianapolis Chapter; she is the first African American Honorary Race Survivor for the local Susan G. Komen Indianapolis Affiliate; and an active board member with the Red Alliance. In 2016, she was awarded the Black History Maker of Today by McDonald’s. This award recognizes the totality of her work as an influential role model in the Central Indiana community. Leading by example, Nadia Miller continues to make a difference and lives by the Pink-4-Ever Inc. slogan: “It’s Ok To Talk About It.”
Most recently, Nadia E. Miller launched yet another arm of her brand: The Unicorns. A Unicorn is someone who can envision excellence, is teachable, has a growth mindset, is open to finding strength in their weaknesses, can empower the woman to their left and right, can lean into their fear, can embrace the uncomfortable, and can fail forward. Nadia E. Miller leads this leadership mentoring program for women to #UnleashTheUnicorn.
Whether it’s through her business or philanthropic endeavors, Nadia E. Miller offers educational programs and workshops, business consultations, community resources, and most importantly, hope.