Pete Miller '69

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Cultural consultant

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1920 - 2020

celebrates a century

I was at Union for two years (1965-67), then transferred and graduated from Brown University (WBRU) in 1969.

On WRUC, I did the Pete Miller Show with formatted music once or twice a week. During ski season I pre-recorded the WRUC Ski Report.

In the summers of 1966-67, I was a weekend jock and weekday newsman on WHVW-AM in Hyde Park, N.Y., the same station where the DJ who would later become known as Johnny Donovan (WABC and others) got his start.

After graduation, I got a job teaching on Block Island, R.I., the smallest public school in America's smallest state. In 1973 I was accepted to graduate school at Stockholm University in Sweden. I stayed in Stockholm and began teaching English, translating and doing voice work. I also co-authored a book that was used at Stockholm University, where I was on staff teaching English.

I started my own full-time consultancy, specializing in intercultural issues and business communications. I am also the current president of the English Community Club, based in Stockholm.


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