Foreign Editor, LA Times
Prior to her appointment as London bureau chief in 1998, Miller held several bureau chief positions for The Times: Jerusalem (1995-1998), Bonn (1993-1995), Mexico City (1988-1993) and San Salvador (1985-1988). She served two years as a staff reporter covering the U.S.-Mexico border for The Times’ former San Diego County edition and earlier completed reporting internships in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles.
Before joining The Times, she served as a reporter with the San Diego Union and Associated Press’ Mexico City bureau and as an intern with the San Jose ( Calif.) Mercury News. In 1989, she won the Inter-American Press Association’s “spot news” award for a two-part series on Nicaragua’s Sandinista government and party.
Miller earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in American studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.