Principal of Miller Ink, former Chief Speechwriter, Israel’s Permanent Mission to the UN
Travels from Los Angeles
Topics:Academic Perspectives on Israel and Jewish History, Inside Israel and US Government, Media and Current Events, Middle Eastern and Foreign Affairs, Positively Israel
Nathan Miller is a writer, commentator, and the principal of Miller Ink. He has served as a communications strategist and speechwriter for executives at the highest levels of business and government, helping them to navigate complex issues spanning from Middle Eastern diplomacy to alternative energy policy to international real estate.
From 2010-2013, Nathan served as the Director of Speechwriting for Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. As a senior communications adviser and the chief speechwriter for Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor, he was instrumental in crafting some of the most acclaimed and highly scrutinized speeches delivered on the floors of the UN in recent memory.
Nathan has been recognized by Israeli newspaper Maariv as one of “ten young Jews who will change the world” — and by OC Metro as one of Southern California’s 40 most inspiring entrepreneurs under 40. His work has appeared in the pages of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, LA Times, and many other international publications.
Previously, Nathan served as the policy director of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and as a Goldman fellow at the Transatlantic Institute, a think tank in Brussels, Belgium. Nathan holds a Masters in Public Policy and Bachelors in History, summa cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles.
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