Founder and President
Nathan Miller is a writer, commentator, and the President of Miller Ink. He has served as a communications strategist and speechwriter for executives at the highest levels of business and government, helping them to navigate complex issues spanning from Middle Eastern diplomacy to alternative energy policy to international real estate. From 2010-2013, Nathan served as the Director of Speechwriting for Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations.
As a senior communications adviser and the chief speechwriter for Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor, he was instrumental in crafting some of the most acclaimed and highly scrutinized speeches delivered on the floors of the UN in recent memory.
Nathan has been recognized by Israeli newspaper Maariv as one of “ten young Jews who will change the world” — and by OC Metro as one of Southern California’s 40 most inspiring entrepreneurs under 40. His work has appeared in the pages of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, and many other international publications. Previously, Nathan served as the policy director of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and as a Goldman fellow at the Transatlantic Institute, a think tank in Brussels, Belgium. Nathan holds an MA in Public Policy and a BA in History, summa cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Meira is a talented writer, with a background in marketing, and print and digital publishing. Prior to joining Miller Ink, she served as Assistant Director of Marketing at ETTA, and worked at Mishpacha magazine and Penguin Books. Meira is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her BA in English Literature with highest honors, and of the Denver Publishing Institute. She is fluent in Hebrew and has studied Spanish and French.
Rachel Bracker is a writer, designer and media strategist with a background in journalism and design. She earned a BA in Linguistics with a minor in News, Media, and Society at the University of Southern California, where she received a USC Presidential Scholarship, was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, and completed coursework in the Thematic Option honors program. At USC, she served as an editor for the Daily Trojan for four semesters and as a beat writer or columnist for three semesters. Rachel's hobbies include vegetarian cooking, travel, and photography.
Hannah DeWit helps to manage both traditional media and social media campaigns for Miller Ink clients. Previously, she worked for a range of local and statewide political races in California. A graduate of the Masa program, Hannah lived in Israel for a year and interned at the International Institute of Counter Terrorism in Herzliya.
Hannah is a graduate of Tulane University, where she earned a BA in Political Science with a minor in Public Policy and a BFA in Jazz Vocal Performance. Hannah loves to sing, inspired by the influence of artists such as Bessie Smith and Amy Winehouse.
Michelle Moreh is an Account Executive at Miller Ink. Previously, Michelle served as Director of Academic Affairs at the Consulate General of Israel in Los Angeles, where she oversaw multi-faceted partnerships between the Consulate and universities and think tanks throughout the Southwest United States, and managed the visits of senior Israeli dignitaries to academic institutions.
Michelle is an American-Iranian, born and raised in Los Angeles. She is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she served as a student senator and founded Campus United, a political party with the mission of enhancing the student experience. Michelle speaks Spanish, Farsi, and Hebrew.
Deena Woloshin is an Associate at Miller Ink. Previously, she worked as a staffer on local political races in Los Angeles, as a Diamond Summer Intern in the D.C. office of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), and as a Legislative Intern in the D.C. office of Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr. of New Jersey’s 9th Congressional District.
Although a proud New Jersey native, Deena moved cross-country to attend Scripps College in Claremont, California, where she graduated with high honors and degrees in Religious Studies and Political Science. She is fluent in Hebrew, and loves discussing football, politics, and food.
Sam Avishay is a graduate of University of California, Berkeley, where he received his BA in History with high honors, special emphasis on the History of Food and Hunger in American Foreign Policy. Prior to working at Miller Ink, Sam interned in the speechwriting office at Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations under Ambassador Ron Prosor, studied cooking and butchery at Berkeley’s Chez Panisse, and covered arts and entertainment for UC Berkeley’s Daily Californian. Sam is fluent in Hebrew and French and has studied Japanese, Spanish, and Arabic.
Sam has been with Miller Ink since it was founded in 2013.