Dr. Mildred S. (Millie) Myers is a consultant on organizational communication and media relations and an experienced business writer and editor.  Many of her clients are C-level executives in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.

The companies and professional organizations with which she has worked include the American Bankers Association; Bank of New York Mellon; BiotecConnect, Inc.; Brookstone, Inc.; Giant Eagle Corporation; the Hillman Company; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, West Penn Power Company; several high-technology firms (Laurel Networks, Medrad, Inc., Respironics Inc., Solid State Measurements, Inc., and TransArc Corporation); the high-technology arm of a major law firm, an economic development driver (the Pittsburgh Social Enterprise Accelerator); three hospitals (Mercy Hospital, UPMC, and Greenville Hospital); several educational institutions, including the University of Pittsburgh, Grove City College, and the Hollidaysburg Area School District; the State of Pennsylvania’s Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC); and arts and social service organizations such as the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, Phipps Conservatory, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, the Garden Club of Allegheny County, the Auberle Foundation, United Methodist Services for the Aging, and the Jewish Association on Aging.

As an expert in Business Management Communication, Dr. Mildred Myers has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and in many regional newspapers including The Baltimore Sun, The Indianapolis Star, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Pittsburgh Business Times, and The Syracuse Post.

Dr. Myers is also Teaching Professor of Business Management Communication Emerita at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, teaching in the MBA, Ph.D. and executive education programs.

In addition, she frequently conducts communication training sessions for other academic and administrative units at Carnegie Mellon.  Specifically, she has provided media training for two successive Deans of the School of Computer Science, the Director of the Robotics Institute, the Dean of University Libraries, the Director and senior staff of the Privacy Technology Center, the Director and senior staff of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, senior staff members of the Software Engineering Institute, the Vice President for Business & Planning, the Vice President for Enrollment, the Director of Admissions, the Director of Environmental Safety & Health, the Chief of Police & Security, the University Treasurer, the Director of the Budget Office, and the Director of Annual Giving.