Delta Waterfowl Promotes Miller to Communications Director


Bill Miller to head communications team at The Duck Hunters Organization

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Delta Waterfowl has promoted a veteran outdoor communicator, experienced team manager, and lifelong waterfowl hunter to the role of communications director.

Bill Miller, continuing a nearly 40-year career in communicating the outdoor experience, has been a longtime contributor and Duck Dog columnist for Delta Waterfowl magazine and the staff writer for the Duck Hunters Organization since 2019. His previous positions included executive editor at Revo Brand Group on their “50 Campfires” multi-media property and vice president of media development and production at North American Media Group where he oversaw editorial, art, and production teams for 12 magazine titles and their TV/video production department.

“Bill has equal passions for hunting, conservation, and communication,” said Joel Brice, Delta’s chief conservation officer. “With all of his amazing experience in the outdoors and the business of communications, he told me the one thing he felt he lacked before coming to Delta was a truly worthy cause to work toward. He says he has found it with us, and his outstanding, enthusiastic, take-on-any-task work ethic here proves it.”

Miller’s new role at Delta will also include close collaboration with the marketing and social media teams to ensure the authenticity of the Delta Waterfowl brand and message delivered to members, supporters, and all who value more ducks over their decoys and a secure future for waterfowl hunting in North America.

“Starting in grade school, all I’ve ever wanted to do was be an outdoor writer,” Miller said. “In these 50 years since, that job description has gone through many iterations as media has changed. However, what has always remained the same is the responsibility to deliver an accurate and authentic message. Delta has long been committed to doing exactly that, so I consider it a true honor to be a part of continuing and expanding that tradition.”

Not surprisingly, when he’s not at the keyboard and monitor, Miller is in the outdoors hunting all he can. He also enjoys dog training, clay target shooting, fishing, and traveling with his wife of 38 years. He said, “Without her support and encouragement, this dream life and dream career would not have been possible.”

Miller can be reached at bmiller@deltawaterfowl.org. For more information, contact Joel Brice at (701) 226-7269 or jbrice@deltawaterfowl.org.

Delta Waterfowl Foundation is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and secure the future of duck hunting in North America. Visit deltawaterfowl.org.


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