Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

The Walking Dead's IronE Singleton & Jamie Miller with Vincent Hill

  • Broadcast in Current Events
  • 0 comments
Adam Thompson Show

Adam Thompson Show

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Adam Thompson Show.
h:553851
s:7406475
archived

Jamie Miller is a political consultant specializing in political campaign management, strategic planning, public relations, grassroots motivation, and crisis communications. He has been involved with running and managing political campaigns since 1994. He has been involved with six statewide campaigns in Florida and West Virginia serving as campaign manager, senior advisor or general consultant; most recently serving as a senior advisor to Newt Gingrich’s Presidential Campaign in Florida.
Jamie’s experience includes serving as executive director for the Republican Party of  Florida, and Director of Field Operations for all of Florida’s 67 counties. His service as director of field operations includes the recount that followed the disputed presidential election in 2000.

Vincent Hill
 
Expertise:
Army Veteran, Retired Police Officer, Private Investigator and True Crime Author
 
By growing up in a military family and having served 8 years in the US Army, Vincent Hill is well traveled. After serving his country, Vincent went on to serve the community of Nashville, TN as a police officer for five years. During his time with Nashville Police, Vincent worked as a patrol officer, special Flex Unit officer and in narcotics. Always going above and beyond, Vincent received countless Officer of the Month Awards, the Chief Coin of Excellence and several other awards and nominations. Most notably, Vincent was nominated for the Fox Network, America’s Most Wanted Officer of the Year award. The nomination was the result of Vincent’s keen attention to detail and interview techniques, which led to capturing a murder suspect wanted by the FBI who eluded capture for two years.

Comments

 comments