Feeling Vulnerable as a First Gen As a first generation student, I felt vulnerable, and I didn’t want anyone to know it. So I didn’t ask for help, and I failed out of Syracuse University after a year and a half. My next attempt was at Central Connecticut State University, where I was a walk […]
About Beth Miller
Beth Miller is executive director of the Creative Education Foundation and a nonprofit management and fundraising veteran. She served as a senior leader at the Boston Debate League, The Mark Twain House & Museum, and the Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation. Beth also taught writing at Trinity College, and was a writing fellow and lecturer at Quinnipiac University. She is a Trustee of the Ahearn Family Foundation and a board member of the Trinity National Alumni Association and Emerging Leaders Program Alumni Board. Beth lives with her husband Jim Smith and their Labrador Gus.