Though from Los Angeles, Ms. Miller made a name for herself in New Orleans, where she was a reporter for CBS affiliate during the nineties after having worked in print journalism (the Los Angeles Times) and as a morning anchor at WIS-TV in Columbia, South Carolina.She was a national correspondent and substitute anchor for Black Entertainment Television's nightly newscast when she moved to New York City.
Ms. Miller joined CBS News in 2004 While there she has earned an Emmy award for a series about high school dropouts trying to get back on their feet. Awards are nothing new to her; she is also the recipient of the 1997 National Association of Black Journalists Award of Excellence in 1997.
I've only scratched the surface of her accomplishments here, as there are too many to list. Michelle Miller is definitely a TV reporter whose best work is yet to come.
Fun fact: Her husband is Marc Morial, the leader of the National Urban League and a former mayor of New Orleans.
Another fun fact: she had a cameo appearance - as a reporter, of course - in the 2003 legal drama film Runaway Jury, which was based on the John Grisham novel of the same name.