Martha Miller is a Washington-based policy consultant and analyst focusing on U.S. foreign policy, political freedom, and U.S.-Germany relations.
Martha served as a Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, advising him on appointments to prominent national security and diplomatic positions, presidential delegations, international assemblies, and government advisory board and commission appointments.
Prior to the White House, Martha served five years on Capitol Hill on the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as a Legislative Assistant to Senator Gordon Smith. She later served in the State Department’s Bureau for Political-Military Affairs, and at the International Republican Institute (IRI).
Prior to her government service, Martha worked in the Bundestag, Amerika Haus (Heidelberg), and the U.S. Embassy Office Berlin. She studied at l’Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier III in France. She speaks English, French and German.
Martha earned a Bachelor of Arts, with distinction, in French language and literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.