Maddy Assists professionals in developing goals and executing strategies, paying thoughtful attention to reputation, client service, and community engagement.
A passionate marketing and communications professional, Madlen Miller (Maddy) has over 10 years of experience working with professional services firms. Maddy manages the marketing and business development program and oversees communication and relationship management efforts for Morton Brown. She also organizes community support and engagement efforts.
Prior to joining Morton Brown Family Wealth, Maddy worked in the legal industry as a trusted marketing and business development professional. Maddy earned her Masters in Business Administration from DeSales University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Pittsburgh.
Outside of the Office
Maddy is a member of the Board of Directors for the YWCA Allentown and serves on the Parkland Community Library Board. She also volunteers with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania as a member of the Gold Award Committee. Maddy is a Gold Award recipient herself and a Lifetime Member of the Girl Scouts.
A Lehigh Valley native, Maddy enjoys spending time exploring the region with her husband and two children and taking trips in their pop-up camper. She is an avid crafter and loves making handmade gifts for family, friends, and coworkers.
What do you find most rewarding about the work that you do?
I love helping people and seeing them reach their goals. Every day I get to combine my own creativity with brilliant professional minds to create unique and meaningful content. I also enjoy the fact that I get to help shape our client experience to be the best the Lehigh Valley has to offer.
How do you define balance in your life?
I am constantly in pursuit of balance. As a working mom with a young family, I think it takes patience, diligence, and understanding to fulfill my desire to be good at my job, give back to my community, and be an outstanding mom. It also involves giving myself a lot of grace!
What are you surprisingly good at?
I am good at logic puzzles. This is surprising as I tend to be more of a dreamer and a creative than a logical thinker. I learned how to do them as a young girl when visiting my grandparents who always had puzzle books lying around. I am not sure if it’s more of the challenge or the memories associated with them. Either way, I still receive one or two books a year for Christmas!