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Gail Hyder Wiley

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Gail Hyder Wiley joined the Miller Center as editor for the Presidential Oral History Program in May 2016 after decades building her freelance editing business, including several years as a freelancer for the POHP. In addition, Gail has developed editorial style guidelines for many schools and departments at the University of Virginia, as well as copyediting for advertising and branding agencies in Charlottesville and beyond.
Bringing organizational skills and a zest for finding a better way to do things, Gail has been involved in many community organizations and programs. She is cofounder of Charlottesville Albemarle Rides to Vote (CAR2Vote), a nonpartisan effort to provide free rides to voters who need to get identification credentials to vote or who need to get to the polls for primaries and elections.
Gail started her career in advertising, first with Media General and Reed Advertising in Richmond, Virginia, and then with Payne, Ross & Associates in Charlottesville. She holds a B.A. in Rhetoric and Speech Communication from the University of Virginia.

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