Beth Anne Miller, MNM
- Vice President, St. Jude Global Operations
Beth Anne Miller serves as the Vice President, St. Jude Global Operations, for Global Pediatric Medicine. With more than 25 years of experience in leadership and change management in healthcare organizations, Miller joined St. Jude in 2016 to help create St. Jude's first global department and establish its main initiative with St. Jude Global.
Miller began her career at the Histiocytosis Association, Inc., a small nonprofit dedicated to funding research and providing education and support to patients and families dealing with the rare disease. In 19 years, she progressed from program assistant to Director of Development and Chief Operating Officer. During that time, she also served as the Administrator for the Histiocyte Society. In December 2014, Beth Anne took the opportunity to work as a Program Manager with Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo in forming the North American Consortium for Histiocytosis, affectionately called NACHO. Based at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, this research collective was formed with funding from a St. Baldrick's Consortium Grant.
Miller is driven to help staff and faculty to build a solid foundation for the robust and diverse programs and initiatives that bring St. Jude to the world. She is passionate about team-building and implementing strong collaborative networks internally and externally to the department. Her strong background in change management and program development optimize her ability to accept the challenge of transitioning the International Outreach Program into Global Pediatric Medicine.
Raised just outside of Philadelphia in Southern New Jersey, Miller received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rutgers University in Camden, NJ, and Master of Nonprofit Management from Regis University in Denver, CO.