THE BROWN MILLER GROUP
Who We Are
Bonnie Miller is a founding partner of The BrownMiller Group, a private practice devoted to career counseling, job search coaching and career management services for the Richmond community. She founded BrownMiller in 1994 with a partner, Sally Brown. Sally is now retired.
Bonnie also served as the Director of the Women’s Resource Center of the University of Richmond, an organization that provided career counseling and professional development and personal growth courses and workshops for adults in the community. She provided counseling, teaching and consulting services for the Center during her years as its Assistant Director. Bonnie’s first role at the University of Richmond was as the Assistant Director of the Career Development Center where she did assessment to help students select majors and managed the on campus recruiting schedule. Bonnie has also worked in career development at Duke University, University of Virginia, and Virginia Commonwealth University.
A licensed professional counselor, Bonnie has an undergraduate degree from Mary Baldwin College and a master’s degree from Duke University. She is a past president of the Greater Richmond Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development and a graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond. Other board participation has included the Association for Psychological Type, Henrico Doctor’s Hospital Women’s Pavilion Advisory Board, Mary Baldwin College Alumnae Council, Commonwealth Parenting Center, Parent’s Council of the University of Mary Washington, President of William Fox Elementary School PTA, and the Advisory Board of Richmond Community High School.
What Our Clients Say
You were really the catalyst for this change and I feel that everything has gone exactly as I had hoped. I will keep you posted on my progress, but I wanted to let you know how much I value and appreciate the excellent advice and guidance you provided. You really helped me zero in on what I wanted to do and helped me with a road map to get there. Without your guidance and advice, no telling where I’d be right now.
I LOVE my new job and cannot thank you enough for everything. It has been the hardest thing I have ever done in my life but so worth it.
Thanks for your continued support. After talking to you I ended up having a sense of calmness that I hadn't had all day.
Please know, in these uncertain times, you are so much more than just a professional career guidance counselor. You are a healer who knows how to gently hold shattered dreams and broken hearts in your hands. Thank you for your kind ways of empowering and motivating me to believe in myself.