Noah Miller is a communications practitioner with vast experience in social media, government relations, crisis communication, institutional capacity building, media monitoring & evaluation, and strategic communication.
He has worked extensively in the public sector, including as a senior strategic communications advisor in the Office of the President in South Sudan, and has counseled senior members in government. In 2015, he founded Sochin Limited, a Nairobi based communications boutique focused on East Africa, where he is the managing director.
Much of Mr. Miller’s communications career has occurred in crisis countries and he is accustomed to working in challenging conditions. To date, Mr. Miller has been based in Kenya, South Sudan, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, USA, UK, Hong Kong and Germany. Prior to entering the communications field, Mr. Miller worked in investment banking and he possesses solid acumen in business and finance.
His publication record includes peer-reviewed articles in academic journals, an op-ed in a Kenyan newspaper, countless news releases, and statements given to the media. Mr. Miller is also a published photographer.
Mr Miller’s recent social media work includes:
- A peer reviewed journal article entitled “Studying Political Microblogging:
Parliamentary Candidates on Twitter During the February 2012 Election in Kuwait” published in the International Journal of Communication in September 2015.
- A social media training workshop conducted for public affairs staff of the Gendarmerie / Ministry of Interior in March 2016.
- An op-ed entitled “Is Social Media All Hype, Nothing else” published in The Standard newspaper in April 2016.
- Social media analyses on various topics related to Kenya.
Forthcoming projects in social media include:
- Teaching a course entitled “Using Social Media Insights and RoI Measurement for Business” at the Aga Khan University’s Graduate School of Media & Communication in September 2016
- Confirmed panel speaker at the Social Media Week Nairobi in September 2016
He was educated at Babson College, The London School of Economics and Political Science, and the Said Business School at Oxford University.