Entrepreneur • Health Advocate • Keynote 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. She leverages her formal education, her real world-experience, and her passion to motivate, inspire, elevate and empower others. As a workshop presenter, lecturer and keynote speaker, Nadia offers pragmatic steps for people to change and enhance their own lives and the lives of others.
Nadia earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University and then worked in the corporate sector and as a small business owner and business consultant. Nadia was diagnosed with breast cancer as a young 28-year old. That life-altering experience drives her passion for breast health advocacy. In 2008, Miller, with the facilitation and coordination of her brother John M. Miller, founded Pink-4-Ever Inc. in order to ensure that the minority community, especially women, would receive comprehensive information, support, and resources regarding breast cancer health and prevention. Nadia now serves as the president of the Board of Directors of Pink-4-Ever Ending Disparities.
Nadia E. Miller has used her gifts and expertise to serve other organizations and groups whose missions are aligned with hers. She has served as the Chairperson of the Circle of Promise Committee; she was the first African American Honorary Race Survivor for the Susan G. Komen Indianapolis Affiliate. In 2016 she was awarded the Black History Maker of Today by McDonald’s. The award recognized the totality of her work as an influential role model in the central Indiana community. In 2021 the American Cancer Society chose Nadia to deliver the keynote address at its Discovery and continues to be highly sought after to speak for organizations at the National level. Nadia was instrumental in creating the Stay Alert, Stay Alive, Breast Health Summit, an annual event that brings together healthcare professionals, researchers, community members and survivors, caregivers, and policy makers for a day of learning.
As a now 16-year breast cancer survivor, Nadia continues to share her messages of preparation, perseverance and hope. Nadia has mentored women in leadership for many years. After seeing the success of her mentees, Miller decided to expand the program in 2019, The Unicorn Program was born. A women in leadership mentoring program that allows women to see the leader inside them. Through workshops and conventions, Miller takes the word “leadership” from a simple want to a living, breathing mindset.