Who's Who of Professional Women


Following in her father’s footsteps, Linda Miller worked as a police officer for 22 years, servicing her community and helping to protect and care for the well-being of others. She is particularly proud of her efforts to educate the next generation of law enforcement, which included explaining how she was treated as a female on the force and teaching the importance of treating one another with respect regardless of gender. During this time, she also pursued her interest in fitness and taught aerobics to fellow staff members. It was a natural progression, therefore, for Ms. Miller to turn to serving her community in a different way, through health and nutrition, upon retiring from the force.

Since that retirement, Ms. Miller has thrived as the co-founder of IDLIFE, a company that offers a unique approach to optimizing health. Their products, supplements customized to meet people’s personal needs, include meal replacement shakes, appetite suppressant chews, energy drinks, metabolism boosters, and more. The company also offers children’s shakes, which are available in vanilla, and is working on producing nutrition bars specifically designed for men, women, and children, and a skincare line for men and women. IDLIFE has proven to help people increase their energy, lose weight, and ultimately achieve better health. Everything they produce is made with the highest quality ingredients, without unnecessary fillers or additives.

Noted for her knowledge in health and fitness, in addition to her communication and interpersonal skills, Ms. Miller is currently responsible for marketing and selling the company’s products. She loves her job, because everyone is treated as an equal, from a new employee to the CEO. Her hopes for the future include being a top earner for the IDLIFE and helping the company grow and become more well-known. Next year, it will be expanding into Canada and other countries. Ms. Miller plans to further the company’s development by going into gyms and businesses to see if they would be interested in a free assessment.

On top of everything she does for others in her professional career, Ms. Miller is also dedicated to giving back to her community in her free time. She associates with Friends of the Fallen, which provides assistance to support the families of fallen service members. Further, she supports Stockings for Soldiers, an organization that provides holiday stockings filled with goodies to soldiers serving this country half-way around the world.

Ms. Miller prepared for her endeavors by earning a master’s degree in criminal justice from West Chester University in 2000. She is separated from her peers by her personality, drive, and passion; she isn’t judgmental, and treats others how she wants to be treated.

When Ms. Miller isn’t working, she enjoys photography, bicycle and motorcycle riding.

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