Title: Elementary School Educator, Counselor
Location: San Diego, California, United States
Carol Susan Miller, Advisory Board Member at Promises2Kids, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Counseling and Education.
Ms. Miller is a counselor and former elementary school educator who has devoted a great deal of her life to the education and well-being of others. Since 1998, she has served as an advisory board member at Promises2Kids, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to the care of foster children, and providing support to children removed from their home due to abuse and neglect. Prior to her work there, she had been a support group facilitator for Scripps Health, and the American Cancer Society, where she was also an advisory board member. Before her work in counseling, she was an educator. In 1959, she began her career as a kindergarten teacher at Hampton Street School, and later became an elementary school teacher at Roosevelt Elementary School, and the Horace Mann School.
Ms. Miller began her own education at Ohio State University. She graduated in 1959 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. Then, decades later, she continued her education at Lewis & Clark College, where she received a Masters in Counseling Psychology in 1988. After receiving her master’s, she became certified in basic counselor personnel services.
Throughout her career, Ms. Miller has always taken an active role in her community, volunteering for many different organizations. She currently volunteers with Jacob’s Hospital, the Moores Cancer Center of University of California, San Diego, and the Reach to Recovery program of the American Cancer Society. She has also previously worked with the Polinsky Children’s Center, the Scripps Polster Breast Care Center, and was a leader of the Boy Scouts of America. In 2002, Ms. Miller won the volunteer of the year award from the San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency, and in 1993 she received the Terese Lasser Award from the American Cancer Society. In 2017, she was named a Distinguished Humanitarian.
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