Veronica Brandon Miller’s passion and dedication to helping others has been a lifelong quest. Quite simply, it defines her as a person.  Veronica has more than 25 years of creative vision and a level of unparalleled expertise in community engagement, branding and marketing, and leveraging resources to raise necessary funds for numerous charitable organizations.  Her myriad of accomplishments is testament to her determination, hard work and innovation.

Veronica currently serves as the Vice President of the Goodwill Foundation. For more than six years, she has dedicated her considerable talent, creativity, intelligence and passion to increasing the Goodwill brand.  She has raised their national profile and secured more than 300 awards for the organization.  She created and implemented multiple strategic development plans and obtained donations and financial contributions to advance the organization’s mission.

Veronica leads Goodwill’s marketing and communications programs. She has garnered more than 4 million dollars in in-kind media during her tenure.  She has also created an award-winning Goodwill Ambassador program with more than 1,500 volunteers.

Prior to this, Veronica served as the US executive director for the prestigious international disaster relief organization, ShelterBox. In fewer than 12 months, Veronica increased their revenue by more than 1000%.  She created and developed an immense cadre of volunteers across the United States – and raised the nonprofits profile exponentially by promoting their mission on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, NPR News and various international news networks.

Veronica has a very impressive track record of helping local and national organizations. These include the Smithsonian Institution, a capital campaign for the National Museum of the American Indian, the Navy League of the United States, the campaign for the USS Ronald Reagan Aircraft Carrier, Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouses nonprofit – the Home Safety Council, and the creation of a new division for the National Safety Council.

Veronica’s strengths are collaborations and partnerships. She created and hosted a show on SNN called “Good News,” a TV segment on ABC’s The View called “Good News” and currently hosts a radio show on WSRQ called “Tell Me Something Good.”  These media programs promote the “good” that is happening in our community – bringing on corporate partners and community partners.

Veronica earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston University in marketing and graphic design, and a master’s in business from the University of Maryland. She has received many awards for marketing and has been published in many publications for her work in fundraising and marketing.