Loading…
JUNE 13-18, 2017 • UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO NORTH CAMPUS • BUFFALO, NEW YORK, USA
PRESENTED BY: Creative Education Foundation • Journal of Creative Behavior 
avatar for Beth Miller

Beth Miller

Creative Education Foundation
Executive Director
Boston, Massachusetts
Beth Miller is a 20-year veteran in nonprofit management and fundraising. She embraces continued education and recently completed fellowships with Third Sector New England and the UMass Boston Center for Collaborative Leadership Emerging Leaders Program. Miller is a trustee of the Ahearn Family Foundation and is writing a book on small nonprofit management, creative leadership, and best practices. She taught writing at Trinity College, and was a writing fellow and lecturer at Quinnipiac University. Miller also wrote “Prudence Crandall: Challenging Race and Gender Boundaries in Antebellum America”, for which she won the Ann Petry Book Prize, the D.G. Brinton Thompson Prize, the Tyler Award, the Samuel S. Fishzohn Award, and the Elma H. Martin Book Prize. Last year, Beth received an honorary PhD in Arts and Humane Letters from Southern New Hampshire University for her leadership, nonprofit management, and story of resilience.