Adrian Miller Audio Books

Adrian Miller is a graduate of Stanford University and Georgetown University Law Center. After practicing law in Denver for several years, he became a special assistant to President William Jefferson Clinton and the deputy director of the president’s Initiative for One America—the first freestanding White House office to examine and focus on closing the opportunity gaps that exist for minorities in America.

After his White House stint, Miller returned to Colorado and served as the general counsel and director of outreach at the Bell Policy Center—a progressive think tank. In 2007 he became the deputy legislative director for Colorado governor Bill Ritter Jr. By the end of Ritter’s first term, Miller was a senior policy analyst for the governor. Ritter where he handled homeland security, military and veterans’ issues, and the Campaign to End Childhood Hunger.

Miller is currently the executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches. He is the first African American and the first layperson to hold that position.

Miller is also a culinary historian and a certified barbecue judge who has lectured around the country on such topics as black chefs in the White House, chicken and waffles, hot sauce, kosher soul food, red drinks, soda pop, and soul food. Miller’s first book, Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time won the 2014 James Beard Foundation Book Award for Reference and Scholarship.

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Extended Sample The President’s Kitchen Cabinet  by Adrian Miller
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