Integrating Program Design, Monitoring & Evaluation, and Research to deepen the impact of social justice foundations, NGOs, and development agencies globally
Bringing together rigorous analytical skills, collaborative project development style, and social-justice values
Kellea Miller is a global women’s rights professional and researcher. She works for organizations investing in social justice and specializes in grantmaking program design, monitoring and evaluation, and research and analysis for social change. Highlights include managing the annual giving program for Global Fund for Women, helping establish the groundbreaking UN Women’s Fund for Gender Equality, and leading Astraea Foundation’s LGBT Global Development Partnership with USAID.
She holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a dual bachelor’s degree in Public Policy and Feminist Studies from Stanford University. Her research focuses on gender equality discourse, global women’s movements, and development financing.
Kellea is based in Northern California, works globally, speaks English and Spanish, and can sing one song in Quechua.