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Dena Miller is the Dallas Editor for Miss A. She has been described by Style Network as a "Queen Bee". Formerly a glam rock scene Diva, Dena is now a Socialite on the Dallas philanthropy scene, specializing in Polo events that benefit women's and children's causes.

While never forgetting her small town roots from a Midwestern farming community in rural Missouri, she’s fit right in the “Big D” since coming here in 1984. After 11 years of promoting the music scene, hobnobbing with the most popular bands from coast to coast, she switched gears after meeting her husband at the first Polo match she ever attended. Always one for excitement, Polo became her new rock n roll.
With her marriage and new found passion for polo, came Philanthropy. Miller founded the Ladies Polo Auxiliary of Texas in 2005 with the goal of promoting the Sport of Kings in north Texas via charity events for causes that are close to her heart. To date the LPA has raised over $500,000 for causes such as domestic violence, children with serious medical needs, therapeutic horsemanship, the Polo Training Foundation, children’s advocacy and food drives for north Texas food Bank. When not working on her own events she is attending Charity luncheons and balls as well as volunteering at golf tournaments and Special Olympics events. She is a member of the USPA Equine Welfare committee and on Board of Dress For Succes Dallas.

Writing has been a lifetime passion of Dena’s. Besides working on a book that proceeds will benefit domestic violence organizations, and writing for two national polo magazines, is a frequent contributor to Dallas area publications, winning Best Contributor Award from Dallas Morning News Neighborsgo, she is co-authoring a book on the phenomenon of cyber bullying by adult women, referred to as Cyber Harrassment.

Callier Cares Luncheon In Dallas Honors Geraldine “Tincy” Miller

Callier Cares logoOn Friday, April 26, the 2nd annual Callier Cares Luncheon will honor Geraldine “Tincy” Miller with the 2013 Ruth and Ken Altshuler Callier Care Award. This award is presented annually to an individual or group of individuals who has contributed significantly to advancing the care of patients with communication disorders. We are also pleased to honor Dr. Harvey Dillon, Director of Research from the National Acoustic Laboratories of Australia, with the 2013 Callier Prize. The Callier Prize recognizes individuals whose leadership and research contributions have promoted scientific advances and significant developments in the diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders.  Proceeds from the event will benefit patients in need through the Callier Care Fund.Ruth and Ken Altshuler created the fund to help children and adults who would otherwise be unable to afford treatment to overcome speech, language and hearing disorders.

Callier Center for Communication Disorders at the University of Texas at Dallas improves the ability of more than 4,000 patients with speech, language and hearing disorders to connect with the world. At the Center’s heart is a time-honored commitment to our three-part mission: to provide outstanding, leading-edge clinical services, to conduct meaningful and innovative basic and applied research into new treatments and technologies, and to train the next generation of caring clinical providers. Our exemplary clinical care programs include autism spectrum disorder (now affecting 1 in 88 American children), audiology, speech-language pathology, cochlear implant and early child development. For half a century, the Callier Center has been honored to be able to transform lives because of the generosity of our donors.

WHEN: Friday, April 26, 2013
Check in begins at 11:30 with luncheon starting promptly at noon

The Dallas Country Club
4155 Mockingbird Lane

Dallas, Texas 75205


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