David Miller

ABOUT People David Miller

David Miller
Vice President of Strategic Communications

David Miller is the Vice President of Strategic Communications at Philanthropy Southeast. He is focused on driving member engagement with the organization's events and programming while also promoting its work cultivating philanthropic organizations and leaders throughout the Southeast. David also manages Philanthropy Southeast's print and online publications.

David came to Philanthropy Southeast in 2015 with extensive experience as a writer and editor. He oversaw print and online publications as Communications Director for the Illinois council of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and also served as Media Outreach Manager at the headquarters of the Laborers’ International Union of America in Washington. During his time in Washington, David also promoted events and publications for National Journal Group.

David began his career as a political journalist, writing and editing for Congressional Quarterly and CBS News. His interest in politics also led him to work as a researcher for President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.

A native of Detroit, David graduated from Michigan State University in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He lives just outside Atlanta with his spouse, Abi, and their dog, Wiggles.

Contact David at david@philanthropysoutheast.org.





Connecting with Philanthropy Southeast:
The Philanthropy Southeast staff works remotely – the best way to reach us is by email or by calling (404) 524-0911.

Monday-Thursday from 9:00am–6:00pm (ET)

On Fridays, staff work on a flexible schedule. Members can reach our team via email or by calling (404) 524-0911 between 9:00am and 6:00pm (ET). We will respond to all urgent and time-sensitive matters promptly.

Mailing address:
100 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 2080
Atlanta, GA 30303

Mission: Philanthropy Southeast strengthens Southern philanthropy, welcoming our members to listen, learn and collaborate on ideas and actions to help build an equitable, prosperous South.