In profiling the 2005 Alumni Award winners in the winter issue of The Scene, we inadvertently omitted one recipient.
Jennifer Miller ’97, MBA/JD ’01 is a rare Willamette degree holder, having triple majored in English, Spanish and rhetoric, then going on to earn both an MBA and JD from WU.
She has pursued a career in law as a prosecuting attorney with the King County Prosecutors Office in Seattle, and she’s already being recognized for her work. She was recently elected to a three-year term to the board of trustees for the King County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. She is also serving a two-year term on the Washington State Bar’s subcommittee on media relations. Miller volunteers regularly at the Progressive Animal Welfare Society and the Seattle Spanish Legal Clinic. She serves as treasurer of the King County Prosecutors Association.
In addition to these many activities, Miller stays active with Willamette alumni activities, attending many events in Seattle as well as on campus. She serves on the Puget Sound Alumni Board, has helped with young alumni events, and attended the Leadership Willamette workshop last summer.