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Olympic Gold Medalist Inger Miller: "Don't Worry, I Will!"

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As a high school senior at John Muir, Inger Miller was crowned Princess to the 1990 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Royal Court.  She later earned a full athletic scholarship to the University of Southern California and a Bachelor degree in biological sciences. 

She is the daughter of the late world record holder, in the 4x440y relay at USC, Jamaican Olympic Silver and Bronze medalist in the 100 meters, and USC dentist, Lennox Miller.  Inger began her career as a professional track and field athlete in 1993. Following her father’s footsteps, Inger went on to win Olympic gold in the 4x100 meter relay at the 1996 Olympics (Atlanta), becoming the first father-daughter Olympic medalists.  She enjoyed 13 years as a professional athlete; earning four World Championship gold medals.  

Inger and her business partner Jill Hawkins own Miller Hawkins Productions, LLC (MHPevents) a full service event planning company.  Founded in 2002, MHPevents was built on the premise that all clients should be guests at their own event.  MHPevents specializes in event planning and management.  The clientele range from corporate meeting planning, trade shows and conferences, to high end weddings and galas.  The motto is “Don’t Worry, We Will”.  The Miller Hawkins team is proud to have clients such as The Police Activities League, The Community Health Alliance of Pasadena, The Innocence Mission, Insomniac Games and an array of celebrities.  MHPevents has been honored by Assemblymember Anthony Portantino as California’s small business of the year and Top 40 under 40 by Pasadena Magazine, as well as nominations at Catersource and Event Solutions.

Presently, Inger is the President of the Altadena Chamber of Commerce and sits on the Council for the University of Southern California Alumni Association lifestyle group the Second Decade Society.

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