NEW YORK—Burson-Marsteller has appointed Matt Miller as a senior adviser and a member of the firm’s global strategy group. Miller has more than two decades of experience as an author, columnist, radio host, television commentator, White House aide and consultant. He will be based in Burson’s Los Angeles office.
Miller joins a group that includes worldwide vice chairman and chief strategy officer Donald Baer, who served as the White House communications director and chief speechwriter for US President Bill Clinton, and worldwide vice chairman Karen Hughes, who served as senior counselor to US President George W. Bush.
Miller is a weekly columnist for The Washington Post's online edition. He is also the host and the political “center” on Left, Right & Center, US public radio's political week-in-review. Additionally, Miller is a contributor to MSNBC and CNBC and a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC.
During the Clinton administration, Miller served as a senior adviser in the White House Office of Management & Budget, where his duties included managing the staff work for presidential decision making on the budget and leading management studies both for OMB and the White House.
He started his career in public service as a White House Fellow, serving as Special Assistant to Alfred Sikes, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.