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Wm. Miller III
News Director & Producer  |   832.396.7396
Wm. Miller III is a fourth generation Houstonian from the historic third ward area. Mr. Miller grew up in Atlanta returning to graduate high school from his grandfathers Alma Mater Jack Yates. 3rd ward proud! He has raced cars, parachuted in 82nd Airborne Div. and has made music videos. Mr. Miller was also a Miss USA preliminary pageant judge. He was one of the top three art brokers in the country specializing in African-American masters. He is a life member of Thespian society, having attended Boggs Academy under the tutelage of Miss. Brown head of English department. He also attended TSU and Texas Tech (Go Raiders). He is the father of three children in Houston. One of which graduated from UGA in communications (but want work for her father, stubborn) Media advisor to the American Confucius Foundation. Communications liaison for Anthony Robinson for city council district D campaign.

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Outside Advisors: (Non-Compensated Community Leaders)

Joanne King Herring  |  Community Influential Leader & Advisor to CIN
Born in Houston, Herring grew up in the city's affluent River Oaks neighborhood, and her childhood acquaintances included James A. Baker, III, who would later serve as Secretary of State. She matriculated at the University of Texas at Austin, but left after her sophomore year to marry real estate developer Robert King. A fixture on the Houston social circuit. In the late 1950s, she began a 15-year-long hosting tenure for the self-titled daytime talk show "The Joanne King Show" on Houston's KHOU-TV station. By 1974, her show had moved to KPRC. After her divorce from Robert King, by whom she had two sons, Beau and Robin, she met and married oilman Robert Herring after only five dates. During that time Joanne served as honorary consul to both Pakistan and Morocco. After Robert Herring's death, she married Lloyd Davis, owner of Fisk Electric. In the 1980s Herring played a role in helping U.S. Representative Charlie Wilson persuade the American government to train and arm resistance fighters in Afghanistan to fend off Soviet troops, which invaded and then occupied the country in 1979. These events inspired the book Charlie Wilson's War ; Herring is portrayed by actress Julia Roberts in the 2007 film adaptation.

Anthony R. Huang   |   Online Community Growth & Strategic Advisor to CIN
Recognized as one of the "most powerful" Innovations Strategist in Leveraging Information Engineering, Mr. Huang has a solid & proven track record for having started and sold four profitable business ventures.  His clienteles have included numerous multi-billion dollar enterprises including Sysco, ShellTech Ventures, Duke Energy, and Tindall, Foster & Quan.
Mr. Huang has been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and the CIO Magazine when he assisted thousands of Ex-Enron employees through his innovative creation of, just 24 hours after the failure of the business giant. Organized by Techxans, where Mr. Huang is the Founder, brought over 40 live news and press agencies including CNN, NBC, MSNBC, CBS, ABC and many others during this historical event. Ultimately, Mr. Huang's innovations impacted EnronX'ers directly by winning them abilities in negotiating for an average of $9,000 per person in severance.  Mr. Huang began his career with Apple Computer, BSG and Ernst & Young and was a recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 1998 by The Greater Houston Partnership. He participated and served as an Energy Alliance Venture Advisor to Prospect Street Ventures New York, GM for Energy TV, and has been a speaker in numerous conferences including InformationWeek, ITEC, Gartner Midsize Enterprise Summit, TiE Venture Forum, Techxans & TechExecs CIO Panel Forums with Topics authored by Forrester, JavaOne Conference and Red Herring Venture Forums. Mr. Huang graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Management Information Systems, attended Executive Management Trainings for Technology Innovations & Management at MIT, and lives in Texas currently with his beautiful wife and their two "intellectual-innovators-in-training" children.