Susan Miller, Ph.D. is founder of Voicetrainer, LLC, a voice and communication consulting firm in Washington, D.C. There she specializes in refinement of the speaking voice, anxiety reduction, accent refinement, presentation skills and treatment of the injured voice. For over 26 years, Dr. Miller has been helping professional speakers, radio and news personalities, and entertainers maximize their impact every time they speak. Her clients include corporate executives, government officials, broadcasters, and international diplomats.
Dr. Miller writes and speaks about vocal power, vocal health, and communicating powerfully. She is a featured speaker for national and international organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution and the Japan Society of Logopedics and Phoniatrics. She has also appeared on NBC, CBS, NPR and other national radio and television programs. Dr. Miller analyzed the voices of the 2008 presidential candidates in a Wall Street Journal article, “Talk is Cheap in Politics, But a Deep Voice Helps.” She was also featured in a New York Times article, “My Voice Has Got to Go,” and in a Financial Times article, “Why Do Women Sound like Frogs.” Her tips regarding vocal health have appeared in magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens, the Washingtonian, Bottom Line Health, and the American Way. Her CD, “Vocal Vitality” was featured in the Wall Street Journal. Her book, “Be Heard the First Time,” was released in March 2006.