Episode 160. Robin Miller – Past Executive Director, Main Street Association (2014-2019)
Robin Miller grew up in a family active in politics and the community, spurring her to serve in the public sector.
Robin serves as the executive director for downtown Louisville’s Main Street Association, a business and historical preservation company. She also launched her community marketing firm.
Robin has worked within the public education, social service, and business association sectors for 20 years. She pursued a career in the public sector immediately after college. Her first professional post was with the American Federation of Teachers, a teachers union where she and a colleague led the public advocacy efforts around a national campaign to raise the standards of achievement and conduct in public schools.
She has been a member of the Louisville Bar Association, the Advertising Federation of Louisville, the Kentucky Science Center, and the Home for the Innocents. In addition, she regularly volunteers with many area groups and was peer-selected as the National Executive Director of the Year for the American Advertising Federation.
Robin was named one of Business First’s “Forty Under 40” and is a graduate of Leadership Louisville’s Focus Louisville, Bingham Fellows, and Leadership Southern Indiana.
She loves Halloween, vacationing in Mexico, and throwing theme parties. Robin and her husband, Dave, live with their daughter in Southern Indiana.