Maggie B. Miller

Maggie Miller oversees all aspects of the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, from the nomination and evaluation process to the final selection of recipients by an independent international panel of jurors. She also leads the planning and execution of the annual humanitarian symposium and accompanying ceremony honoring the new Prize recipient. Prior to joining the Foundation, Miller spent nearly a decade in public relations managing and executing programs for clients including the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Uncle Ben’s® Rice, Seeds of Change, Mattel, The Broad Foundation, Skirball Cultural Center, the Los Angeles Business Council, First 5 California and the Los Angeles Unified School District. Miller also worked at the Milken Family Foundation, where she led national media campaigns and managed programs for Milken Scholars and the Foundation’s Festival for Youth community service initiative. She received a Public Relations Society of America–Los Angeles Prism Award in the category of one-time media/special event for work on the Noah’s Ark exhibit at Skirball Cultural Center in 2007, and a Crystal Award of Excellence in the category of publicity/television placement for work on behalf of the Milken Family Foundation’s National Notifications in 2004. In 2019, Miller received the 40 Under 40 Award from Empowerment Congress, California Policy & Research Initiative. She graduated magna cum laude from Kenyon College with a Bachelor of Arts in English.