Chef/director of culinary operations, Citizens Coffee, New York
Why she's one to watch
A seasoned chef who knows the power of "advocating for yourself," Miller has worked in kitchens across the Northeast, including Boston and New York.
Her culinary philosophy
"I believe in cooking with the seasons; I believe things should look and taste like what they are; I believe cooking food and eating it should be fun and social; and I believe in the power of just a pinch more salt."
One woman who has inspired her throughout the years
Miller finds her inspiration from a comrade in the kitchen, one who proves that the kitchen shouldn't be without a little fun. "I think Tiffani Faison in Boston is just such a model of what I want to be as I grow up," Miller says. "Her food is delicious, her concepts are unique, but still entirely approachable and recognizable, and you can tell that everyone that works with her, and for her (including her), is having fun with what they're doing."
Received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Tufts University. At the age of 24, she became the youngest female executive chef in New York City.
- Author: Danielle Harling
- Posted: February 04, 2020
- Categories: In Our Communities