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Nicole Miller joined the Summit Daily News team as editor in May 2019. In her role, she oversees the daily operation of the newsroom in addition to the news organization’s print and digital products. She has 13 years of experience working in journalism and public relations.
Nicole started her career in 2006 at the Steamboat Pilot & Today in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where she served as copy editor, page designer, copy desk chief, news editor and assistant editor before leaving in 2013. She returned in 2018 as the digital engagement editor, managing all aspects of the paper’s digital strategy, including social media, various websites, the paper’s mobile app, the smart speaker newscast and more. She has won statewide awards for her graphics and designs, including a Best in Show award for her news page design from Feb. 3, 2011, when Steamboat schools closed for the day because of temperatures that dipped to minus 40.
Between stints at the Pilot & Today, Nicole worked for Steamboat Resort, where she served as a brand ambassador and content creator, oversaw the world-renowned ski area’s social media and blogging strategies, and helped execute media and public relations efforts. Nicole continues to plan the annual Colorado Weather Summit, the longest-running mountain meteorological symposium in the ski industry. The conference brings together weather specialists and meteorologists from across the country to discuss the latest industry issues and trends.
Nicole is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Science in news editorial from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and an emphasis in environmental studies.
She enjoys trivia nights, rooftop margaritas and snuggling with her dogs, Cotija and Pico.
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