Garrett Miles is a communications professional with experience in research and analysis, content development, and copy editing. In his role at Emergent Method, he supports a wide range of subject matters for both the firm and its clients. He currently serves in several critical project management and support roles working with clients such as an international professional certification organization and various regional non-profits in areas related to communications and strategy planning. He has also been integrally involved in working to support the ongoing recovery effort in areas of Louisiana impacted by the Great Flood of 2016.
Before joining Emergent Method, Garrett worked in the administrative offices of the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University where he provided support for associate deans, assistant deans, and development staff. He was also responsible for external communications and recruiting for the Manship School, along with assisting current and future students. Garrett’s experience also includes supporting several assistant district attorneys with research and communications while working within the East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney’s Office.
Garrett received his Bachelor of Arts from the Manship School of Mass Communication with a concentration in political communication. While there, he also completed LSU’s Distinguished Communicator Certification, a unique academic excellence program where students work to refine their communication skills and learn discipline-specific approaches to communication that will enable them to excel in their chosen profession. He is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration from LSU’s E.J. Ourso College of Business and serves as president of PAISA, the program’s student organization.