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Katie Miller - Corporate Communications Manager - Bio

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Michael Conrad  214-616-0320



Katie Miller

Corporate Communications Manager 


As Corporate Communications Manager, Katie Miller works with the Leadership Team, Management Teams and individual departments within the Lancaster and Branson locations to bring synergy, cohesion and direction to internal and external communications. As a member of the Brand Team, she serves as the primary liaison for all Public Relations efforts.

Her long career at Sight & Sound also includes support to the Executive Leadership Team, serving in a supervisory capacity in the Contact Center, and managing corporate and employee relations through her years in the Human Resources department as the Corporate Events Planner.

As the oldest grandchild of Sight & Sound’s founders, Katie was the first member of the family’s third generation to officially work within the organization. She stepped onto the stage when she was two years old and performed as part of the cast until she was 13. Her unique, rich perspective into the company’s formative years has been leveraged in everything from publicity opportunities to future succession planning.

Since its inception in 2013, Katie has served on the Board of Directors for the Sight & Sound Conservatory, a performing arts academy which provides professional training to students from a Christian Worldview.

Outside of Sight & Sound, Katie is an insightful blogger, avid baker and, along with her husband, actively involved with her three young children – who are now fourth generation family members working on-stage.

For interviews, contact Michael Conrad 214-616-0320. 

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