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KUEF elects new Executive Director

posted Mar 20, 2011, 3:23 PM by Beth Miller
At their March meeting, the KUEF Board of Director elected fellow Board member, Beth Miller, as their new Executive Director.  Recently retired from fifteen years as the Director of Youth MInistries at Ann Arbor First United Methodist Church, Beth brings experience and passion to the position.  Beth, along with Board member, Gary McClusky, was instrumental in establishing and growing the partnership between Meru and Ann Arbor. She has introduced over 100 volunteers to the Kithoka community, having led six service trips to Meru since 2004.

Beth is also the Founder and Director of 'The Strangely Warmed Players.' This youth drama troupe has performed on four continents. Since 2006, the troupe has contributed all their honorariums to educational scholarships for Kenyan youth.

Beth is married to Gilson Miller. They have three grown children and two grandchildren. They currently reside in Heber City, Utah.  Her hobbies include hiking, biking, alpine skiing and snowshoeing. In addition to supporting KUEF, the Millers are advocates for the National Ability Center in Park City where Gil teaches skiing and snowboarding.
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