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Princess Miller, VoyageATL

Today we’d like to introduce you to Princess Miller.

Hi Princess, so excited to have you with us today. What can you tell us about your story?
I remember as a kid, my uncle asked my cousins and I what we wanted to be when we grew up. The answer that flew out of my mouth was, “I want to be the president of a company.” I didn’t know where that answer came from and as I reflected back, I heard the answer before I blurted it out. As time rocked on, I kept that dream in the back of my mind but I didn’t know how it was going to come to pass. In high school, I was in several clubs and organizations but the one I remember the most and gave me the most joy was working on stage crew. By the time I was a senior in high school, I was elected stage crew manager. That experience taught me so much and helped with my career. I went on to study television production and broadcast journalism at the University of South Alabama. While in college I worked for a local radio station as an on-air talent and at a local television station in traffic and master control.

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Back in 2014, I decided to challenge my kids, Timethy age 9 and Kayla age 8 at the time, to create a business. I sat them down and explained what a business is and that they could make their own money from it. Initially they didn't think they could do it, but I walked them through every aspect of it; giving them an opportunity to vote on every decision. I wanted to teach them something my husband and I were never taught as children, and I wanted them to work together. Since they are so close in age, they have always been the best of the friends, but little did I know at the time what this idea would spark in them. They created a business name (Tim and Kay's Enterprises), ...