“I am proud to be a part of an organization that has a positive impact on children in our community and is working to spread awareness about food insecurity, a major problem in America that hides in plain sight.”

Nicole Miller, Vice President at Johnson, Mirmiran & Johnson (JMT)

Name: Nicole (Niki) Miller

Member Since: 2019

Resides In: Towson

Professional Background or Current Role: Vice President at Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT)

Community Connections: I have been living in the Baltimore area since 2003 and learned about the Baltimore Hunger Project through the Loyola Sellinger School of Business Leadership Essentials Baltimore County program. I had been looking for a way to give back to the community and BHP’s mission really spoke to me. I jumped at the chance to join the board after my community impact project with the Loyola leadership program ended in 2019. 

Interest In Baltimore Hunger Project: Thinking about a child going hungry over the weekend and the negative impacts that it has on them in school is upsetting. None of us get to choose the circumstances we are born into and all children deserve access to nutritious food to support their growing bodies and minds. I am proud to be a part of an organization that has a positive impact on children in our community and is working to spread awareness about food insecurity, a major problem in America that hides in plain sight.

Without volunteers, there is no Baltimore Hunger Project.