- Wilton US-CT
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Painting, Yoga, Riding Horses, Tennis, Swimming, Sailing
Cleveland Miller is a real estate agent and entrepreneur based in Greenwich, Connecticut, with 10 years of experience in commercial and residential brokerage.
Currently, Cleveland Miller works for Coats International Realty. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Connecticut Association of Realtors. She began her career in New York, at the Manhattan office of Marcus and Millichap Real Estate Investment Services. Miller has obtained extensive experience in commercial leasing of office and retail space. She also has experience in the brokerage of credit-tenanted properties such as CVS/pharmacy and Walgreen Co. and has managed the acquisition and disposition of several portfolios of NN and NNN properties.
In 2009, Cleveland Miller founded her own business, Zooparoo. Zooparoo developed environmentally friendly children’s products. Among the duties Miller performed as Chief Executive Officer were creating brands and product prototypes, as well as managing production and distribution and negotiating contracts.
Outside of work, Cleveland Miller supports environmental charities such as the World Wildlife Fund, the Environmental Working Group, Heifer International, and the Pesticide Action Network. As a young girl, Miller participated in 4-H, a tradition passed on to her from her grandmother, who was a lifelong equestrian. Cleveland still enjoys horseback riding, particularly long trail rides. She also enjoys playing a casual game of tennis and painting. Miller's works have been sold in Boston, New York, London, and Los Angeles.
A descendent of one of the founding families in Martha’s Vineyard, Cleveland Miller was born and raised in New England. She is a graduate of the Clayton College of Natural Health in Peachtree City, Georgia, where she pursued a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition. Miller currently lives with her family in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Invent, and take to market green children's products