Laura Miller – Denver

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Laura Miller – Denver

Laura Miller is an experienced digital strategist who sits at the intersection of civic engagement, community organizing, and the fight for voting rights. She uses the power of online social platforms and digital organizing tools to lift powerful stories and help give people the resources to more fully participate in our democracy. Laura currently serves as the Managing Director for Advocacy and Campaigns at When We All Vote, leading in the fight for voting rights and working to register and turn out voters across the country, especially voters of color and young people. Laura has built and led teams in government, non-profit organizations, and political campaigns, including leading social media for Michelle Obama, Susan Rice, the White House Office of Digital Strategy, and in the U.S. Senate. She also created the first digital team at the U.S. Department of Labor to promote critical workplace issues. She has led notable campaigns including Michelle Obama's Becoming book tour, March for Our Lives, and Families Belong Together. Laura began her career as a digital organizer working for President Obama's 2012 reelection campaign. She is a former Harvard Ash Center fellow and graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Laura grew up in a proud union home and hails from Woodstock, Illinois.