Teens for Food Justice (TFFJ) welcomed Emily R. Miller as the inaugural Director of Development and Communications. Emily will lead TFFJ’s fundraising and communications strategies as the organization expands within and beyond New York.
Emily R. Miller is an accomplished New York-based development and communications leader with 17 years of experience across local, national, and global nonprofits. Her commitment to social justice, grounded in practical solutions, is evident in significant leadership roles with Manhattan Neighborhood Network, the National Farm Worker Ministry, and the United Methodist Church, and as a dedicated board member with the Appalachia Service Project.
Emily has also contributed as an adjunct faculty member at both FIT and Pace University, where she taught publication design in the MS in Publishing program at Pace and a variety of classes for the communications design program at FIT. Holding a BA in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia, an MBA from the Quantic School, and a certificate in Economic Advocacy from the American Friends Service Committee, she brings a wealth of expertise to the intersection of social impact, development, and communications.
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