| Emily Miller |
|Born||March 2, 1971|
|Alma mater||Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service|
|Member of||Center for a New American Security|
Emily Miller is an American political communications strategist, journalist and author. She has worked as the senior political correspondent at One America News Network, and before that as chief investigative reporter for WTTG, the local Fox affiliate in Washington, D.C., and was senior editor of The Washington Times ' opinion pages. She also worked as deputy press secretary for Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, and as communications director for House Majority Whip Tom DeLay.
Miller was deputy press secretary at the U.S. Department of State for Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice. Before this, Miller worked as communications director for House Majority Whip Tom DeLay.
In April 2014, WTTG, a Fox affiliate in Washington, D.C., announced their hiring of Miller as their chief investigative reporter. In June 2016, she moved to One America News Network as their senior political correspondent.
Miller worked at ABC News as an associate producer for the television shows This Week and Good Morning America. She then went on to become a senior editor for Human Events and a gossip columnist for Politics Daily. After this, she worked at The Washington Times as a columnist and senior editor of their opinion pages.
In August 2020, Miller, who had no previous science or medical experience, was appointed as Assistant Commissioner for Media Affairs for the Food and Drug Administration, including being their top spokesperson, a role usually performed by non-political civil servants. Two weeks later, she was dismissed from the position abruptly, reportedly due to repeated clashes with the Agency's staff
As of 2023, she manages the Substack newsletter "Emily Posts News", where she "has broken global media stories on the botched U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan; COVID-19 doctors opposing mandates; and a fallen Marine family’s lawsuit against a celebrity".
|Alan MacLeod||“In addition to training spies, the SFS also produces many of the country’s top journalists, including alternative media host Saagar Enjeti. When Enjeti left his job as host of The Hill’s show, "Rising," he was replaced by another SFS graduate, Emily Miller. Interestingly, Enjeti himself was a replacement for original host Buck Sexton, a former CIA analyst.”||Alan MacLeod||15 March 2023|