Kyle Miller, Co-Founder
A public and government affairs specialist focusing on strategic outreach, strategic communications and media relations, Kyle’s expertise helps clients navigate and effectively communicate with all levels of government. His experience also helps him offer valuable perspective and insight to public, private and nonprofit organizations in their efforts to engage a variety of audiences.
Before the recent co-founding of Freestone Strategies, he worked at Stratton-Carpenter & Associates as a principal, working on and leading a variety of projects involving land use, natural resources, health care, conservation, telecommunications and public involvement.
Prior to joining Stratton-Carpenter & Associates, Miller worked as a Senior Associate at GBSM, where he concentrated on both statewide and community-based projects involving land use, natural resources, health care, conservation, telecommunications and public involvement. At GBSM, Miller also became adept at developing and coordinating both grassroots and grasstops organizations on a variety of issues.
Preceding his work at GBSM, Kyle held several positions in Colorado Governor Bill Ritter’s Administration, the last as the lead for the implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. In that position, Kyle worked to coordinate the cross-agency and cross-governmental implementation that facilitated and communicated the impact that more than $7 billion dollars would have on Coloradans. Working closely with the Vice President’s staff and state leaders on the extremely complicated implementation and monitoring of the Act. He played a central role in reaching out to various government and business sector stakeholders and communicating how the Act impacted Coloradans, and would answer to the oversight board established by Governor Ritter. Earlier in his career, Kyle worked as a member of the communications team for U.S. Senator Ken Salazar in his Denver regional office. Kyle also served on then Governor-elect Hickenlooper’s energy policy transition committee.
Kyle is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and earned his master’s from the University of Colorado.