Charlie Miller brings decades of global experience helping major companies and organisations across more than 40 markets to successfully navigate reputation issues, challenges, and crises.
A highly regarded communications professional and award-winning journalist, he has been involved in the response to a significant number of crises around the world including airline accidents, engineering issues, and business challenges.
He has exceptional experience in the fields of media relations, reputation and issues management, and crisis communications.
Charlie previously led aerospace giant Boeing’s highly diverse global communications team with the mission to support global business growth and protect the company by optimising reputation and mitigating risk with comprehensive issues and crisis management.
Prior to Boeing, Charlie jointly led Corporate Media Relations as Head of News at Europe’s biggest defence company BAE Systems.
Charlie forged a successful 20-year career as a journalist, primarily covering Foreign Affairs and Defence for the UK national news agency, the Press Association. He reported extensively from conflict zones, including the 1991 Gulf War and the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. He was awarded “UK Scoop of the Year” for breaking the news of the death of Princess Diana in 1997.
Charlie is based in Chicago and speaks English and French.