Board Member: Mildred L. Batts a.k.a. Milli Mills

Executive Chair/CEO

Milli Mills served as an extra in the 1993 Tom Cruise blockbuster movie, "The Firm", and was chosen in 1998 by Ebony Magazine as one of the Top 25 Most Successful Black Female Singles in America, voiced many local and regional radio and TV commercial spots, in addition to appearing in several local and regional TV commercials.

Two years later, Milli was invited by Memphis' Virgin/Rap-A-Lot Records Hip-Hop Artist, Tela, to appear on his 2000 album The World Ain't Enough doing character dialogue bits and chorus hooks to add to her repertoire.

The 20+ year radio veteran decided to broaden her horizon by relocating to the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex in January 2002. Since then, Milli has formed an alliance with other producers and entertainment icons in the DFW Metroplex; thus expanding her business and achieving a higher level of success.

Her skill-set was further enhanced by obtaining a Master of Arts in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix in 2004. For years, Citadel Media (formerly known as ABC Radio Networks) experienced Milli's talents first-hand as a clearance representative and weekend air personality for Todays Hits and Yesterdays Favorites at