Kelly Miller

Managing Director, Strategic Communications

Washington, DC||+ 1 937 750 3755

Kelly Miller is a Managing Director in FTI’s Strategic Communications segment, working in the Telecom, Media, & Technology (“TMT”) practice with additional specialty in cybersecurity incident response and preparedness.

Ms. Miller provides technology and cybersecurity companies, from Fortune 50 to startups, with communications support through crises, public investigations and regulatory overhauls. Her experience includes leading ransomware response for companies in a variety of industries, navigating sensitive national privacy debates with top-tier press, building emerging brands into power players in federal cybersecurity, and supporting pro-wireless innovation campaigns through FCC approval.

Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Ms. Miller served as Vice President at Banner Public Affairs, where she led technology client accounts and founded the firm’s startup practice. During her tenure, she provided trusted counsel and steered campaigns on issues including encryption and law enforcement, cybersecurity breaches and public health technology initiatives. In addition to working with clients in technology and IT, she led accounts in the aerospace and defense sector with a focus on space and intelligence systems.

Ms. Miller worked previously as a public affairs manager at CTIA, the primary trade association for the wireless telephone/mobile broadband industry. In this role, she helped shape and execute both regulatory and consumer communications strategy as well as respond to industry crises. Her team helped shape Washington’s understanding of 5G in its infancy and worked relentlessly to educate the FCC on issues related to spectrum reallocation and auction requirements.

Ms. Miller has in-depth knowledge of the technology landscape in Washington and experience securing wins for pro-innovation initiatives. She also holds leadership roles in various women-in-tech organizations.  She holds a B.A. in Communication from The University of Dayton.

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