Kellea Miller is the Interim Executive Director of Human Rights Funders Network (HRFN), a network of funders resourcing human rights action around the world.
A feminist researcher and grantmaking professional, Kellea has worked in program design, research, and advocacy to move resources to the frontlines of social justice movements.
Highlights of her career include managing the annual giving program for Global Fund for Women, helping establish the groundbreaking UN Women Fund for Gender Equality, leading Astraea Foundation’s LGBT Global Development Partnership with USAID, and serving as the Manager for Resourcing Feminist Movements at AWID. She currently serves on the boards of Community Beyond Violence and International Accountability Project.
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 academic research focuses on gender equality discourse, global feminist movements, and development financing.
Kellea lives in the Sierra Nevada foothills in California with her family, speaks English and Spanish, and can sing one song in Quechua.