About > Joseph Miller
Joseph M. Miller, Public Relations
Joe was born and raised in Galesburg Illinois and graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 1998 with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Joe has a desire and a special place in his heart for kids, as he was raised from birth to about the age of 3 by a single mother, and both of them were survivors of domestic violence. Joe was lucky and his mom found an amazing man who showed love to both Joe and his mom. He showed Joe what it meant to be a true man, care for his family and how to love unconditionally. Joe was one of the lucky one who survived domestic violence and had a second chance to have a new start. This is where the love for kids and police work started.
After graduation Joe became a police officer in 1999 and a high school cheerleading coach. Through this he was not only able to service the community in which he worked, but give back to kids through coaching and being a strong male role model for the kids he came into contact with.
Joe focuses on events and avenues to continue to give back to his community and the children he comes in contact with. Joe is the founder and organizer of the Saving Lives Motorcycle Rally which was started to honor a fallen rider within the Detroit area who was killed in a hit and run traffic accident. Joe has also supported children through big brother programs while in college and continues to assist children in doing well in school and the importance of an education. Joe strives to be an Icon and role model not only with his family life but also his personal and professional life.
With this being said, Joe is very detailed orientated and strives to put on not only fun but professional events so that all that participate are able to enjoy themselves in a safe and family friendly atmosphere.