About Us Meet founder Gwendolyn Miller
Corporations, organizations, academic institutions, and nonproﬁt agencies ask Mrs. Gwendolyn Miller to address racial issues such as diversity, equity, inclusion, racial microaggressions, and unconscious bias in her role as a consultant, facilitator, and now as an expert witness.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Miller, M.S. Ed, the founder of Addressing Racial Microaggressions, LLC, provides expertise on the institutional and structural racism germane to marginalized groups by examining marginalized groups’ experiences with, and responses to, racial injustice. Mrs. Miller also equips teams with successful best practices designed to reduce microaggressions and implicit bias in one’s personal life, academic institutions, the workplace, and provides consulting and training to executives and professionals. Her mission is to arm individuals with the tools needed to design and execute effective diversity and inclusion strategies to establish a global standard of diversity.
Mrs. Miller has presented workshops on the problem of systemic racism in educational institutions at numerous conferences including the National Association for Multicultural Education, the Teachers’ College Roundtable on Multicultural Psychology and Education, the National Conference on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education, the American Psychological Association Convention, and the National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference. In addition, she has conducted workshops on racial microaggressions at the Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence and Equity, the Central Jersey Consortium for Excellence and Equity, the New Jersey Network to Close the Achievement Gaps, and the Long Island Consortium for Excellence and Equity. These consortia support state teachers’ associations, county intermediate units, and school districts to effectively increase the number of successful students of color and minimize racial achievement gaps.
Mrs. Miller received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University while also earning her Bachelor of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music. After teaching for several years, she received her Master of Science in Education from the University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, Applied Psychology and Human Development division. Moreover, Mrs. Miller recently advanced her extensive expertise by earning a certification in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University.
Currently, Mrs. Miller serves as a member of the Steering Committee and the chair of the Education Committee of the Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice. She is the chair of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee for the League of Women Voters Delaware and president of the League of Women Voters of Sussex County, Delaware, and the Futures Committee for the National League of Women Voters. Mrs. Miller also serves on the advisory board of the Indian River School District and on the board of Delaware’s Lt. Governors Behavioral Health Consortium.