Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller Features 365 Women of Hope and Resilience in New Keep Smiling Anniversary Book Released in Her Honor

Baltimore, May 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Baltimore, Maryland –

On May 4, 2022, The Keep Smiling Movement honor her Executive Director, Dr. Andrea Adams-Millerreleasing a Keep Smiling anniversary photo book in her honor featuring 365 women of hope and resilience.

Women have been instrumental in launching and growing the Keep Smiling movement over the past seven years. Therefore, the leaders wanted to honor these women who create smiles.

The concept of the birthday book originated several years ago when Dr. Ken Rochon, Jr, aka Dr. Smiley, wished to thank Dr. Adams-Miller for his unwavering commitment and loyalty. A visionary at heart, Dr. Smiley wanted to do something unique. He soon realized that one way to honor someone you appreciate was to celebrate them on their birthday.

“Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller is a hero to many who want to show off in the world. As Executive Director of the Keep Smiling Movement, she has a heart of gold and most importantly, she believes in possibility. We are lucky if we have a friend who accepts us and even luckier to have a friend who will never stop believing in us. I am celebrating the birth of a woman who cares about what matters: living a life of love,” said Dr. Ken Rochon, aka Dr. Smiley, co-founder.

Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller is known as “The Dream Maker”, as an international award-winning author, international publicist, business consultant and sponsorship earner who manifests dreams bigger than ever. Imagine how life is positively affected when the right message, services and products are known. She is the owner of publishing, advertising and sponsorship agency The RED Carpet Connection.

A whirlwind of energy, she has shared the stage with exceptional frontmen like Anthony Hopkins, Jack Canfield, Stedman Graham, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, and more. She has the authority, credibility and connections to bring clients into the limelight, create joint ventures, establish partnerships and acquire sponsorship funds. She holds three doctorates and certification as a Master Neurolinguistic Practitioner, Master Hypnotherapist, Biofeedback Practitioner, and Neurofeedback Practitioner. Additionally, she is certified in a dozen other healing modalities.

Additionally, she uses these skills as an executive director to The Keep Smiling Movement, a 501(c)3 dental and mental health organization. She helps people discover the resilience to meet any challenges presented to them as the organization “creates a DOSE of HOPE through SMILES”.

For the books, each day, on the day they were born, a woman who was photographed holding a “Keep Smiling” card is honored on her special day. Women from diverse backgrounds, from entrepreneurs to educators to authors to leaders, are represented in this book.

The book aligns with the mission of the Keep Smiling movement to save lives with a smile by creating a dose of hope to be resilient whatever the challenge. After publishing more than 250 different “Keep Smiling” photo books, the feedback has been positive. Topics from previous books feature black leaders, bald leaders, survivors, women, celebrities, influencers, podcasters, and more. When people see smiling, positive leaders and read motivational quotes, they are inspired to smile more.

Hence, there are Women of Distinction included in Dr. Adams-Miller’s Birthday Celebration Book. Among the easily recognizable women are Sharon Lechter, businesswoman, financial expert and New York Times author; Marianne Williamson, spiritual leader and political activist who ran for president last term; and Thea Austin, a renowned singer known for “Rythym is a Dancer.”

Notable mentions for this book include members of Dr. Adams-Miller’s family across five generations. His children, Destiny Van Horn, Devony Miller and Demiya Miller, are recognized for their leadership in the community. Plus, her 6-year-old granddaughter Mavis Van Horn for writing a chapter in “Keep smiling DOSE of HOPE” at age 5, and her mother, Lyn Benavides, for her resilience. This birthday book is dedicated to her grandmother, Frances Jean Poe, who just died this year at 95 and was also photographed holding a “Keep Smiling” card.

The Keep Smiling Movement book is available for free online at https://www.TheKeepSmilingMovement.org

For more information about the movement, contact info@TheKeepSmilingMovement.com or call 419-722-6931.


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The Keep Smiling Movement
Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller
8155 Township Road 89, Findlay, OH 45840

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