Professional Information
Nicole
Miller
Executive Director
FAST-Fighting Antisemitism Together
Non-Profit Organization Management
Education, Honors & Awards
Parsons School of Design NYC; McGill University
BA Languages- McGill U; BFA Communication Design -Parsons
Photography
1987
Yes
Canadian Race Relations Award
Personal Information
Canada
Ontario
Toronto
McGill University Alumni
Cardio Kick Boxing; travel; reading; gourmet cooking; wildlife
21-25 Years
Nicole Miller is the executive director of FAST (Fighting Antisemitism Together). FAST (Fighting Antisemitism Together) is a non- profit that was established as a coalition of non-Jewish Canadian business and community leaders who came together to speak out against antisemitism and to fund education and other projects that encourage other non-Jews to speak out. This coalition was founded in 2004 by Elizabeth and Tony Comper in response to the documented increase in vicious anti-Jewish incidents in Canada. It has since expanded to dealing with all human rights issues such as gender issues, anti-bullying, cyber bullying, and race issues. Nicole is dedicated to speaking out against antisemitism and to funding education and other projects to combat various human rights issues. Nicole is the spokes person for FAST and is extremely passionate about human rights issues affecting the youth in Canada. Nicole has been in the field of advertising, communication and design for 25 years and is an expert in her field. Nicole has exemplary communication skills and is multilingual. Nicole has recently overseen the implementation of a new human rights education curriculum program to be launched this year in high schools nationally. Nicole does public speaking; works with the press and conducts many teacher training workshops. Nicole attributes her success to being prepared to take risks and grow. Nicole Miller wants to continue making a difference in fighting hatred and seeks more exposure and branding for her organization.
advertising; marketing; curriculum development, management; multi lingual; human rights advocacy; media communication; assessment; teacher training; HR; PR relations Advertising; Marketing
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