Lindy Miller is the associate director of public policy at Deloitte Global in Atlanta. She has a master’s in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School and lives in Decatur with her husband, Jonathan, and their three children. As a board member at large at Congregation Shearith Israel and a recent past member of the Board of Governors of the Decatur Education Foundation, Miller is involved in a range of activities and has received a number of honors.
She was awarded the Jewish Renaissance Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania for her commitment to Jewish life, served as an AmeriCorps volunteer in New York, and was recognized with the Roy Family Environmental Fellowship at the Kennedy School. While working full time at Deloitte and serving as a class mom at the Intown Jewish Preschool, Miller founded a renewable energy business, Cherry Street Energy, using her background as a strategist.
Born and raised in Georgia, Miller is interested in using Cherry Street Energy as a consistent way of engaging with the world and as a force for good in Atlanta and the business community beyond. As a young business owner, busy mom and active member of the Jewish community, Miller is thoughtful about the future.
“This is a time of experimentation and innovation in Atlanta, and the Jewish community is emblematic of this transformation. It is a great time to be under 40 in Jewish Atlanta as we work to expand and refine what Jewish community, Jewish learning and Jewish practice look like.”