Nadia E. Miller, Chair/Executive Director of Pink-4-Ever Inc. (P4E), is the inspiration behind an organization that addresses the needs particular to the African American community. Miller turned a family's health afflictions into an organization that provides standardized educational programs, support, empowerment and hope. She has been cancer-free since 2007.
After the death of her sister to the disease and during her personal fight to survive breast cancer, she recognized a lack of awareness and support in local traditional organizations. In 2008, Miller with the facilitation and coordination of her brother John M. Miller founded Pink-4-Ever Inc. in order to ensure that the minority community especially women would receive comprehensive information, support and resources regarding breast cancer health and prevention. Miller's primary motivation was to create a movement among the minority community to dispel myths about breast cancer and to create and environment where "Its Ok To Talk About It" (breast cancer).
Miller has been Chairperson of the Circle of Promise Committee; and is a member of the National Coalition of Negro Women Indianapolis Chapter, and the first African American Honorary Race Survivor for the local Susan G. Komen Indianapolis Affiliate. Most recently she was awarded 2016 Black History Maker of Today by McDonald's, which acknowledges her as an influential role model in the Central Indiana community. Miller earned a degree in Business in 2009 from Indiana Wesleyan University. Leading by example, Nadia Miller continues to make a difference and lives by the Pink-4-Ever Inc. slogan: "It's Ok To Talk About It."
"Life After Breast Cancer", was debuted in a book she co-authored titled How to Survive When Your Ship is Sinking.