The Brown and Miller

of BrownMillerGroup

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See below for complete bios of the two partners.

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Peter Brown

Peter Brown is a leading political and communications and strategist with more than a decade of experience managing high-profile political and marketing campaigns in the U.S. and abroad.

Until April 2009, Peter was Associate Director for Corporate Communications and Public Affairs at Grayling USA, the second largest independent Public Relations and Public Affairs consultancy in the world, providing strategic counsel in public affairs, marketing and crisis communications to corporations, foundations and NGOs worldwide.

Before that, Peter managed field and political operations on multiple congressional races and ballot initiative campaigns, including the most successful coordinated campaign (DNC and DSCC) in the country in 2004 and a statewide domestic partnership referendum in 2006. He began his career as a legislative aide for U.S. Representative Lois Capps in Washington, D.C. and Santa Barbara, CA. 

An avid squash player, Peter serves as captain in the NY:Squash league in New York City. He is fluent in Spanish.

 

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Chris Miller

Chris Miller is a founding partner of the BrownMiller Group, developing direct contact strategies to win campaigns one voter at a time.  In 2013 Chris and BrownMiller ran the petition drive that placed Eliot Spitzer on the ballot with over 27,000 signatures in just four days.  Chris managed Congressman McMahon’s successful 2008 Staten Island race and a variety of New York campaigns including city council, issue advocacy, and statewide field programs. 

Chris came to New York from the 2008 Obama Presidential Primary campaign where he served as Midwest Field Director and as State Director for the Minnesota, Kansas, and North Dakota Caucuses.  He’s managed labor and issue campaigns around the country for AFSCME International and ACORN ranging from minimum wage, to public education, to voter’s rights, to Project Vote, which registered 1.4 million voters nationally in 2004.  As National Field Director for 21st Century Democrats, he built what was the largest campaign training program in the country, training campaign and organizational staff for races nationalwide.