Kim Miller has served as the Program Director for Ignatian Solidarity Network since 2011. After graduating from Gonzaga University with her degree in marketing and broadcast studies, Kim spent two years serving in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. During her years of service, Kim worked with teens with developmental disabilities at STRIVE in South Portland, ME and served as the outreach coordinator for Jesuit Refugee Service/USA in Washington, D.C. Through her work at Ignatian Solidarity Network, Kim develops retreats and conferences focused on the nexus of faith, leadership, and social justice and is constantly humbled by the authenticity and hunger for a “faith that does justice” in the students and people of faith she encounters in her work each day.
A Californian at heart, Kim lives outside of Cleveland, OH with her husband Jeff and fuzzy dog Lucy, and they’re all looking forward to the arrival of their first child this fall.