Carole Miller

    Ms. Miller joins our team in a role combining work in both admissions and development. Prior Grayson, she was Associate Director of Admission at Perelman Jewish Day School, a Philadelphia-area institution with 500 students across 2 campuses.

    Her experience in admissions and development includes her position as Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations at the Graduate School of Business at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, where she led university efforts to gear up for their $470 million capital campaign with a major focus on increased participation. Before that, she worked as the Special Projects Assistant to the Senior Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, during which time she headed up the university’s reunion events for milestone reunions (e.g., 10th, 25th, etc.).

    Ms. Miller has a secret life as a video game character — one of her friends was the software developer for the Sony 3DO game “Way of the Warrior,” and he modeled the character “Crimson Glory” on Carole. The fearlessness of her character, we are sure, is also modeled on her real-life self. She loves working in admissions and development particularly because such positions allow her to learn about new people and their life stories, something she truly enjoys.

    She lives in Wynnewood with her three teenagers, none of whom has ever chosen to play a videogame as her character.

    Charles Mitchell