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Sherri R. Miller

Vice President for University Marketing & Public Relations

Sherri Stocks

757.352.4874
sstocks@regent.edu

“Regent University has a great story to tell, one that is rapidly evolving. The impact achieved by our community of students, graduates and faculty is truly measurable and global.”


Leadership in Marketing & Public Relations

 

  • Initiates and oversees the establishment of integrated strategies, plans and programs designed to ensure that all institutional communication, marketing and public relations efforts are cohesive, consistent and effective in supporting the university's mission and advancement goals.
  • Focuses the brand message pertaining to the university's distinction in academic excellence, and uses print and other media to communicate and market the message to major constituencies; formulates and presents a strategic communications plan to senior university leadership.
  • Oversees the university's communication with the media and provides counsel to university leaders as they manage issues that place the university in the public eye.
  • Serves as a source of expertise and support to colleagues and constituencies across the university in the development and implementation of outreach communication and marketing strategies.

Ms. Sherri R. Miller

Ms.Miller’s marketing and media career spans 17 years and includes positions both at FOX Family Channel and Redbook magazine. Her marketing partnerships have included promotional programs with consumer goods and services including Disney, Nokia, J.C. Penney, Coke, Hershey, Quaker, New Balance and many other national brands. Likewise, she maintained notable marketing partnerships with major print providers including Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies Home Journal, Woman’s Day, and others. Prior to coming to Regent, Ms. Miller served as vice president of marketing for FamilyCLICK, an Internet safety software provider.

She holds an M.A. in Communication Studies from Regent’s School of Communication & the Arts and earned her B.A. in Communication Studies from Appalachian State University, North Carolina.

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