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Julian-Miller named director of business development by Henry Adams LLC

Lisa Julian-Miller

Lisa Julian-Miller has been hired by mechanical/electrical engineering firm Henry Adams LLC, of Baltimore, as director of business development.

Julian-Miller has 25 years of experience in marketing professional design services in both the architectural and engineering fields.

She is a past president of the Society for Marketing Professional Services Maryland Chapter and has presented at both the regional and national level for the organization.

Julian-Miller most recently was vice president, business development for the east region of SHW Group.

Before that, she worked for JSA Inc., Heery International, Hord Coplan Macht, and HNTB.

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Lisa Julian-Miller

Education: I took an “alternate route” of education … at 18, instead of going off to college as was planned, I went to Alaska (Sitka/Juneau) and wound up staying for almost 10 years. While there, I built a log cabin 4 miles from the nearest road and walked or kayaked in to town every day for work, worked as a cook at a silver-mining camp, had my own hand troller and went commercial salmon fishing for three years, worked for the state as a licensing examiner for the marine pilots and hunting/fishing guides boards, and many other cool things. I never did return to school, but learned many life lessons along the way. I came back East when my sister started having babies and have now been in the Architectural/Engineering marketing business for more than 20 years.

Resides in: Severna Park

Daily commute: Approximately 45 minutes

Recent vacation: Outer Banks, N.C.

Hobbies: Antiquing, gardening, cooking, “Words with Friends”

Favorite book: Mitch Albom’s “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”

Most recently read: “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett

Favorite food: My husband makes the best pot-stickers I’ve ever had.

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