Gail Miller

October 28, 2020 03:59 PM MDT
This morning, in a deal that shocked the sports world, the Miller family agreed to sell the Utah Jazz to Qualtrics founder and CEO Ryan Smith for $1.6 billion. Smith already has experience working with the Jazz, as he co-founded “5 For the Fight,” the non-profit organization that sponsors the patch on the Jazz uniforms and encourages everyone to give just $5 in the fight against cancer.
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May 14, 2019 12:41 PM MDT
Humanitarian leader and businesswoman Gail Miller will be honored with a congressional award for setting an example for youth and expanding opportunities for Americans.
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June 14, 2018 12:43 PM MDT
When my son Greg was five years old, he approached me in the kitchen with his typical curiosity and asked, “Mommy, where does God live?” He had no idea how the question would change our lives. Without that question, I’m not sure I’d be writing a book, and certainly not one with a chapter on faith.
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March 19, 2018 03:10 PM MDT
During an interview with the Deseret News, billionaire Gail Miller shared powerful insights into her life as the wife of Larry H. Miller and into what it's like being a woman in business. Among her powerful responses, Gail explained how her faith has grown as an LDS woman and shared an important message for LDS women living in the world today.
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By  LDS Living
March 09, 2018 04:00 PM MST
Known for her philanthropy and unparalleled success, LDS billionaire and businesswoman Gail Miller recently received the Rosa Parks Award in Utah, became the third woman to win the Utah Leadership Award, and published her autobiography, Courage to Be You.
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By  LDS Living
March 08, 2018 07:06 PM MST
This year, LDS businesswoman Gail Miller received the Rosa Parks Award in Utah and she became the third woman to win the Utah Leadership Award. Not only that, but she also published her autobiography.
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March 05, 2018 10:00 PM MST
Although Larry H. Miller started as an obscure man with no recognition, by his death in 2009, his name had become one of the most recognized in Utah—and his wife, Gail, was with him until the very end. When her husband died, the widowed billionaire was faced with a choice: continue building what they had created together or sell the business and move on. She chose to continue with the business, and today she is a bright light of faith and service in the world of business. Yet, she had humble beginnings.
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February 08, 2018 03:19 PM MST
Miller "is going to show the way for girls, that they can have it all," added Christy Tribe, president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Utah, in the video honoring Miller. "So they can be great mothers and great wives, and they can be strong business people, and philanthropic."
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