Dr. Erica Miller was born on November 10, 1933 in Tshernovitz, Romania. For seven years, Erica and her family lived a “normal” life. When she was seven, Erica and her family were among thousands of Jews herded into cattle cars and imprisoned in a Nazi holding camp in Mogilev, Ukraine. After four years of indescribable oppression and deprivation, Erica, her parents, and her sister were liberated by the Russians.
Today, in addition to public speaking, Dr. Miller oversees her family’s real estate business in Austin, Texas. She’s written three books, “The Dr. Erica Miller Story: From Trauma to Triumph,” “Don’t Tell Me I Can’t Do It: Living Audaciously in the Here and Now” and the international best-seller, “Chronologically Gifted: Aging with Gusto!”
Dr. Miller has always considered herself a citizen of the world. She travels extensively and pushes the envelope everywhere she goes. In June 2018, she climbed to the 17,000 ft. base camp at Mt. Everest, and in August 2018, she skydived in New Zealand. Her international adventures with family and friends continue to demonstrate how her passion for life fuels her endless drive to achieve and live life to its fullest.
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