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As president of Mileham Consulting, Inc., Anastasia Mileham specializes in business development strategy, change management, and strategic marketing communications for both non-profit and for-profit clients.

Anastasia Mileham

Anastasia Mileham has decades of senior leadership experience working in multiple industries to drive revenue, maximize operational efficiencies, build effective leadership teams, and create strong brand awareness. She is president of Mileham Consulting, Inc., a consulting firm established in January 2017, specializing in business development strategy, change management, and strategic marketing and communications for both non-profit and for-profit clients.

Mileham’s career path led her into urban revitalization in the late 1990s following volunteer positions with the Downtown Council and Cincinnati’s special improvement district, Downtown Cincinnati Incorporated (DCI). As Vice President of Marketing & Communications for DCI for seven years, Mileham worked in tandem with the Mayor's task force to plan and execute a local and regional public image campaign for Cincinnati after civil unrest erupted in Over-the-Rhine in 2002. 

She later served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC), a nationally recognized non-profit real estate and finance organization that has leveraged more than $1 billion of public and private capital to redevelop and energize Greater Cincinnati’s urban core. Mileham’s leadership at 3CDC included corporate communications and marketing, community engagement, event sponsorship, civic space programming, grant writing, and fundraising management—including the $42 million “Homeless to Homes” initiative and the $32 million Ziegler Park renovation.

Mileham has worked with national media outlets, including The New York Times, Politico, and Inc. Magazine to increase awareness of public-private partnerships in Cincinnati and their impact on the region’s business and civic landscape. She has consistently grown marketing partnerships over the years to help fund entertainment activities that play a critical role in bringing residents and visitors into Cincinnati’s urban core.


Prior to her career in non-profit economic development activity, Mileham held senior positions with Automotive Direct Corporation and Spectrum Communications, where her clients included Procter & Gamble, Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Starkist and Heinz Pet Products. As a result of her diverse professional background, Mileham understands that no two organizations are the same, and that the needs of a startup are very different from the needs of a Fortune 500 company.

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