Nameiko Miller


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Nameiko Miller was born on the island of Grand Bahama, located in the Bahamas. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from The University

of the Bahamas in 2009 with Honors. Soon after she was employed at Antiquities Monuments Museum Corporation, The National Museum of the Bahamas as the Senior Research Officer.In this capacity she had

overall responsibility for the Research Department, including direct supervision of four Research Assistants.


In 2016, she decided to pursue a graduate degree in Museum Studies at the University of Florida. While earning her degree, Nameiko  interned at the Florida Museum of Natural History in the Exhibits and Public

Programs Departments and the George A. Smathers Libraries Panama Canal Museum Collection. She was the graduate assistant in the School of Art and Art History and served as the curator of the Libby Gallery at the School of Art and Art History.


While earning a Master’s in Museum Studies,Nameiko’s discipline is Community Engagement along with a minor in Non-Profit Leadership.


Upon graduation she was appointed the Curator of Museums at Antiquities Monuments & Museum Corporation. In this role she manages all aspects of museum operations. Her ultimate goal is to provide inclusive programming, developing authentic and sustainable relationships with diverse communities and increase the cultural competency of staff at museums.