Amy Harriett Miller is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of The History Council. She is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization to include marketing, fundraising, and community outreach.
With more than 25 years in the non-profit arena, Amy has a strong reputation as a growth consultant with expertise in non-profit management, business development, fundraising strategies, marketing and public relations, event production, sponsorship and grant writing.
She is passionate about building long-term relationships, and her approach to successful development involves a strategic alignment of business and personal relationships with organizational missions. Amy is continually finding new ways to recognize and engage investors and key audiences, and her extensive work has resulted in millions raised for Bay area non-profits and capital projects, as well as local, national, and international special projects.
During her nine years serving The Dalí Museum’s development department, Amy was an integral part of the $40 million Surrealize the Dream campaign to build the new Dalí, forging partnerships and processes that helped shape a lasting future for the museum.
She believes in authenticity and genuine relationship building, and enjoys taking organizations to the next level by raising their profile while also raising dollars. Amy resides in downtown St. Petersburg near her family, close to the museums, parks, biking trails, and historic sites she frequents.