Jamie Miley is a public affairs and communications professional with decades of experience, working closely with corporate and government senior officials at all levels.  He is known for his relationship building approach, stakeholder engagement, and is trusted by many in Saskatchewan and Alberta to help facilitate positive outcomes in the public affairs world.

Jamie was a founding member of one of Saskatchewan’s most prominent communications and advertising agencies.  He has been sought by many publicly-traded companies across Western Canada to advise on key communications and branding strategies plus navigate complex media stories.

He has worked closely with post-secondary education institutions and within Saskatchewan’s natural resource sector, where he has offered valuable insight into public affairs strategy and the policy development process for provincial and federal governments.

Jamie has served in a senior advisory capacity for two federal cabinet ministers, most recently as senior advisor to the minister of Finance.

He holds a master’s degrees in diplomacy, majoring in international commerce, from Norwich University – Vermont. He also holds a master degree in addiction counselling from the Hazelden – Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies in Minnesota, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Saskatchewan in political science and history.

Jamie is an active volunteer in the Saskatoon community, serving on the board of the Friendship Inn, and Persephone Theatre. He has been active in various community projects including: Canadian Special Olympics, the Jeux Canada Games, and the Alberta Children’s Hospital foundation. He devotes time to helping people recover from the disease of addiction.