Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Helping Adoptees Find the Truth

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting adoption advocate and author of "Heart of an Adoptee"  Ellen Miller at 1:00 pm eastern on September 13 , 2012 as we talk about her journey to solve the mystery surrounding her birth.

Ellen S. Miller is a public relations/marketing specialist with a diverse business background. Active in the community, Ellen served on The Emerald Gala Committee/Auction Committee for DuPage PADS, Inc. (Public Action to Deliver Shelter, 2005-2006). She also worked on the Auction Committee for the River North Dance Group gala event in Chicago in 2000 and 2001. Ellen was Vice President of Truth Seekers in Adoption and was involved in the luncheon fundraiser to save the organization in 2001. Her greatest qualification is Ellen’s own search for her birth parents from 1986 to 1991. For two years she quit work to search and research full-time. Through attending meetings for Truth Seekers in Adoption for 5 years, she formed connections with many birth mothers, adoptive parents and adoptees. Ellen enjoys movies, theater, art, photography and watching golf tournaments. She worked for twelve years in the travel industry and enjoys traveling the world with Terri. Ellen was a member of NAWBO (The National Association of Women Business Owners) where she served on the Member to Member Relations Committee. She served on the Outreach Committee and Focus Awards Committee for Women In Film Chicago.

THE HIDDEN HEIRESS” and based on Miller’s incredible life story of being stolen at birth and given to an adoptive family.Later,as a young adult, discovers that her birth father was a rich, powerful man and that Miller’s bloodline extends back to the wealthy elite of America and the early Hollywood film industry.  Upon hearing fantastic stories of her past, Miller begins a 40-year quest for answers--only to be met by lies, deceit and threats everywhere she looks. It has been called a “wild ride of self discovery and intrigue” by the film’s producer.

To learn more about from Ellen Miller's experiences and how she helps other find their birth fmailies tune into on
September 13 at :1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927

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