Matthew Miller has worked at the highest levels of government, campaigns, and corporations as a trusted advisor, communications strategist, and crisis counselor to political and business leaders.
At Vianovo, Matt advises boards, management teams, and public figures on complex matters such as government investigations, congressional inquiries, high-stakes litigation, activist campaigns, and social and political issues.
In 2022, he took a leave of absence from the firm to serve as a special advisor to the National Security Council at the White House, leading the U.S. government’s communications and legislative affairs on the war in Ukraine. During the Biden transition, he was tapped to run Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s confirmation.
Before joining Vianovo, Matt served as the Director of the Office of Public Affairs at the Department of Justice, leading the department’s communications team and serving as Attorney General Eric Holder’s spokesman. Matt has worked in leadership positions in both the U.S. House and Senate, serving as communications director for the House Democratic Caucus and for Senator Charles Schumer at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. He has also worked for Senator Robert Menendez and for numerous political campaigns, including the 2004 Kerry presidential campaign and the 2012 Obama campaign.
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Matt is an MSNBC analyst and has written for the Washington Post, Time Magazine, Politico and other publications.