Gina Miller is an award-winning journalist who is currently the Vice President of Media and Communications for FC Dallas, North Texas SC, the National Soccer Hall of Fame and Toyota Stadium. She oversees the organizations’ broadcast, social and digital media operations as well as public relations efforts. She consulted on Dallas' successful FIFA™ World Cup 2026 bid campaign which will see World Cup matches return to Dallas/Fort Worth in 2026. The Dallas native has served as a sportscaster in Dallas, Los Angeles, Knoxville and Guam. In Dallas while at the CBS duopoly, she also hosted Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers pre- and postgame shows with Derek Harper, Randy White, Brent Severyn and Mark McLemore, respectively. She has been nominated for multiple Lone Star Emmy awards and won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award as well as WISE DFW’s Heart and Soul Woman of Inspiration Award and is a 2023 PRNews Changemaker award winner. She also worked three seasons for the Dallas Cowboys and started her sports media career as an intern for the Houston Rockets where she won an NBA championship ring. Gina also has a thriving consulting practice where she helps clients become more confident and commanding on-camera and in front of a microphone. Calling on her 20-plus years of broadcast media expertise as well as experience as a Senior Talent Consultant with California-based research and consulting firm SmithGeiger, Miller has helped executives, athletes and professionals from all industries level up their communication practice.