Rosemary E. Reed Miller, a graduate of Temple
University, majoring in history, lives in Washington, DC.
She is the owner of a small shop,
located in the Dupont Circle. She is an adjunct
professor of fashion merchandising at Prince Georges Community
College and at Howard University.
Over the years, government agencies, schools
and social groups have asked her to produce fashion shows.
To add interest during Black History,
she researched and profiled African American dressmakers and designers who touch history, i.e. Elizabeth
Keckley, who did designs for Mrs. Lincoln, and Ann Lowe
who did the debutante and wedding dress for Jacqueline Bouvier
Kennedy. "I assume if I owned a restaurant that I would
have written a book about African American chefs,"
said Rosemary. "These stories in THE THREADS OF TIME, THE FABRIC OF HISTORY are informative and
inspiring for everyone, young and old, all nationalities.
Truly American struggles, but relevant for all."
Ms. Reed Miller used to work as a columnist
and journalist. She contributed articles to the Daily Gleaner
in Jamaica, W. I., Washington Afro-American newspapers,
Miami Daily News, and Miami Herald, the New York Tribune,
Fairchild Publications, and The Washington Star. She was
a columnist for the Amsterdam News.
Rosemary E. Reed Miller has received many
community awards. She has been a member of White House,
City and Presidential Task Forces. She was vice president
of the Washington, DC Chapter of the Association of Women
Business Owners. Reed Miller has been the subject of many
news and magazine stories, and radio and TV programs. "I
think that THE THREADS OF TIME THE FABRIC OF HISTORY
is a culmination of my interest in women entrepreneurship
and American history."
Reed Miller, widow of Paul E. Miller, Dean of Howard University Law School. has two children: Paul D. and Sabrina E. Miller-Ford.
Checkout Paul's entertainment career at the following web sites:
Sabrina Miller-Ford is proud of her two boys, Kerwince and Hakim. She dabbles in real estate, but her love is theatre production, costuming. She has worked on Les Miserables and is currently traveling with the show,'If This Hat Could Talk,' which salutes Dorothy Height, who is past president of the National Council of Negro women.
Get more details here RE - Rosemary's C.V. details.
3rd Edition, newly released, 2007, 38 Profiles, 288 pages...
Visit boutique web site: www.toastandstrawberries.com
[ Press Kit] [ Photo Gallery ]