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Meet Mary Miller: Fitness Instructor

We’ve teamed up with @TheLittleMarket in a 10-part Changemaker series because together we believe women are making world-shifting change. In honor of this, we are sitting down with Changemakers to hear how they’re pushing boundaries and problem-solving in pursuit of making a positive impact.


In the words of Dolores Huerta, the recipient of The Little Market’s 2022 Changemaker Award, “Sí se puede!” It means, “Yes we can!”


Next in the series, we have the huge honor of meeting Mary Miller and hearing what it means to her to be a Changemaker.

What does it mean to be a Changemaker?

Being a Changemaker means taking action and disrupting norms to help contribute to making the world a better place.

How do you inspire the people around you?

Always showing up and being my most true self.

Who do you feel is making a huge change right now?

Stacey Abrams, Elsa Collins, Hannah Skvarla, and Lauren Conrad

MARY IS WEARING THE CHANGEMAKER IN BLACK TISSUE COTTON

How does wearing The Changemaker make you feel?

Confident and not confined, allowing me to feel ready to take on anything.

Lastly, what does an average morning look like for you?

Waking up before the sun comes up, followed by coffee and a quick breakfast before I head out for a full day with my clients at The Studio (MDR)!

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You can learn more about Mary by following her on Instagram at @marymillermethod.

Photos by: Tiffany Gentry @tiffanyjphotography

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“If I could spark one conversation with my personal hero, it would be about what gave them the courage and strength to keep going.” —Mary Miller

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