Ellie Miller

Client Experience Coordinator

What path led you to wealth management?

I always knew I wanted to study business in college so when it came time to choose my major, I chose Finance because it seemed like the most interesting. I got the job here at TDC shortly after graduating and I have been here ever since.

Why did you join TDC?  

I was on my post-college job search and just happened to see the job posting. After interviewing and learning more about the company, I gladly accepted the job offer because I really love the mission and values of TDC. I knew TDC was something that I wanted to be a part of.

What most excites you about your work?  

Seeing the great work our clients have done in their communities and knowing that I am able to play just a small part in helping them make our world a better place.

What has been your most rewarding career experience?  

Being a part of all the growth we have had here at TDC in the past couple of years and accomplishing goals I had set for myself when I was just starting out.

What personal accomplishments are you most proud of?  

The life I have built with my husband Corey, who is my high school sweetheart, and our two daughters, Addelyn and Ava.

Why do families need to be stronger, closer, and wiser?  

The family relationship is the most influential and will shape the course of one’s life whether positively or negatively. Building a strong & positive foundation for your family by being stronger, closer, and wiser will help set future generations up for success in more ways than one.

What do you like to do outside of work? What’s your favorite way to spend a weekend?  

I prefer to keep things simple outside of work. My favorite way to spend a weekend is relaxing and spending quality time with my family.

What are some of your biggest influences?

I am fortunate to have many influential women in my life who have been examples of strength and resilience. A few of the most notable are:

  • My mom, who raised my sister and me on our own while also being successful in her career and earning her master’s degree.
  • My grandma, who immigrated to the US from England all by herself at age 19 after being raised in an orphanage. She became a US citizen and raised 5 children.
  • My daughter Addelyn, who passed away before she was born but gave me the greatest title I will ever have: mom. Her short life and death are what I consider to be the defining chapter in my life that shaped me into who I am today.