Nicole has been hired as a Research Assistant and Housing Technician at RSG, a firm engaged in building better communities and bolder futures.
Miller, who most recently worked as an intern in the economic development department of the City of Lake Forest, was engaged in public outreach through event coordination and acting business liaison. She handled policy research as directed by the senior management analyst in the city manager’s office, as well as database maintenance.
At the Richard Nixon Library and Museum (National Archives and Records Administration) Internship, Miller gave tours. She also analyzed the school tour program sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration.
Miller is a candidate for a Masters of Public Administration in 2015 (will receive her diploma May 2015, but finished her coursework earlier this year) at the California State University, Fullerton. She serves as president of the Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Developing creative solutions to forge public-private partnering opportunities, RSG provides a broad range of real estate, economic development and governmental consulting services to public agencies and private investors. These services are focused on improving the physical, social and financial health of local communities to assure bolder and brighter futures.