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President Miller Named to Boards of Wilder Foundation and TPT

Hamline University President Fayneese Miller was recently named to the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation Board of Directors. She joins 11 other board members comprising the governing board of the foundation.

“We are excited to have Dr. Miller join our Board of Directors, “said Wilder Foundation Board Chair Alex Cirillo, in a press statement. “Her extensive experience in education and youth and her broad perspective will undergird our work with children, youth and families. We are extremely pleased to have this tie with Hamline University, another longtime Saint Paul institution. Dr. Miller’s commitment to community will help guide Wilder’s mission and increase its impact today and into the future.” 

About Wilder Foundation: The Amherst H. Wilder Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps children, families and older adults in the greater Saint Paul area through direct service programs, research, leadership development and community building. Established in 1906, the mission of the Wilder Foundation is to promote the social welfare of persons in the greater Saint Paul metropolitan area without regard to nationality, sex, color, religion, or prejudice.  

President Miller also recently joined the Board of Directors for Twin Cities Public Television. 

About Twin Cities Public Television (TPT): Celebrating 60 years in existence, Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) is one of the most innovative public media organizations in the country. Every day, TPT uses the power of media to advance the arts, spur learning, help young people succeed and help adults age vitally. TPT presents extraordinary PBS programming and produces award-winning content for the national PBS system. In 2015, TPT was the highest-rated local public television service in the nation for the fourth year in a row. TPT’s programs and productions have been honored with numerous awards, including Peabody awards and national and regional Emmys.