Britney Ruby Miller discussing and signing 5-Star Life – The Faithful Fight to Overcome Obstacles and Pursue Excellence

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - 2:00pm
2692 Madison Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45208


Britney Ruby Miller discussing and signing 5-Star Life – The Faithful Fight to Overcome Obstacles and Pursue Excellence


Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

LOCATION: Joseph-Beth Cincinnati



Join us for Britney Ruby Miller discussing and signing 5-Star Life - The Faithful Fight to Overcome Obstacles and Pursue Excellence.


Crisis rarely comes with a warning. When blindsided by trauma, betrayal, or soul-crushing news, it’s natural to want to give up.

Is it possible to rise above calamity and even thrive despite the turmoil? Britney Ruby Miller, entrepreneur and CEO of a nationally ranked, family-owned restaurant group, says yes, it absolutely is.

Having faced family tragedy, peer rejection, infidelity, infertility, and a pandemic that threatened not only to close her family’s business but also to decimate the restaurant industry, Britney battled back with the winning combination of faith and fight that has led to her five-star life.

Britney demonstrates what it means to live authentically and effectively as a strong woman in leadership. With captivating stories and practical applications to lead you deeper into principles for success, this book will show you how to increase your faith and hope in the midst of challenges, setbacks, and even tragedy as you persevere to attain your own Five-Star Life.


Britney Ruby Miller is CEO of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment (JRCE), headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, which manages a portfolio of high-end steakhouses widely regarded as among the best in the nation. She directs the company's seven steakhouses in Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, leading a team of over six hundred employees.

“When your father is a steakhouse baron, you don’t just show up and take over the family business when you come of age,” she says. Britney started working in one of the family restaurants at age fifteen and subsequently gained experience in all areas of the business, and she also attended culinary school. Britney was studying in the Lindner College of Business when 9/11 hit, prompting her to switch her major and earn a bachelor’s degree in religious studies from the University of Cincinnati before returning to the family business and eventually joining JRCE’s corporate team. She is currently pursuing an MBA from Xavier University.

In her corporate role, Britney’s leadership has led to year-over-year growth and record profitability, expanding the company while enhancing the key element on which its success depends: delivering absolutely impeccable total dining experiences in each market. When the economic effects of COVID-19 threatened not only her own business but also the entire restaurant industry and food supply chain nationwide, Britney became an energetic advocate for the restaurant industry and related industries on both state and federal levels.

Britney also helped to develop and launch one of her family’s main charitable endeavors, The Jeff Ruby Foundation. The foundation’s goal is to remove Cincinnati from the "Top 5 Childhood Poverty" lists by providing homes for foster children and lowering the number of kids in the county foster system. Britney has been named to the "40 Under 40" lists of the Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati's Venue magazine, and she is a frequent speaker on topics ranging from leadership to marketing to women in business. She serves as a board member of The Jeff Ruby Foundation and the Ohio Restaurant Association, and she is a member of the Young Presidents Organization.

Britney is a dedicated wife and mother. She is married to Caleb Miller, a former linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals, and they have four children. Committed to putting family first, Britney continually strives to balance family life and work demands, enriching both realms of her life.