Jennifer Miller Wins Inaugural ACG Indiana Women in Transactions Award
Jennifer Miller, a director in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Transaction Advisory Services Group, has received the inaugural Women in Transactions award from the Association for Corporate Growth’s (ACG) Indiana chapter.
This award recognizes a notable woman in transactions for her contributions to the local mergers and acquisitions (M&A) community. Miller is the founder of ACG Indiana’s Women in Transactions (WiT) group, a networking group with the mission to empower and connect women and increase female participation in dealmaking. Not only did she conceptualize the women-focused group, but she also spearheaded the effort to make it into a reality. Under her leadership, WiT has evolved into a reliable platform providing women professionals peer networking opportunities and connection to a strong community of other female leaders.
At KSM, Miller helps corporate and private equity clients identify potential valuation risks and inform purchase price adjustment negotiations. She has extensive transactional experience in a variety of roles, including commercial finance, corporate development, and public accounting, making her into a well-rounded transaction advisor. In addition to being an active contributor to firm growth, she is passionate about mentoring younger colleagues and about promoting women in the workplace, especially in M&A.
“Jennifer is a transformative leader whose passion is contagious,” said Mike North, partner-in-charge of KSM’s Transaction Advisory Services Group. “She not only strategizes ways the practice can continue to grow and expand but also how she can lift up others along the way. We’re immensely proud of Jennifer and honored to have her as part of our team.”
Founded in 2002, ACG Indiana has assisted advisors, executives, investors, and lenders in driving the growth of middle market companies in communities across the state.
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