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Kelley Borer-Miller (she/her)

Director of Development

Kelley found her calling as a fundraiser while participating in a multi-day fundraising walk in high school with her mom. Over the last twenty years, she's gained meaningful experience as a fundraiser, relationship-builder, strategic leader, and communicator. In 2020, Kelley became a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), which required demonstrated success in fundraising, as well as passing a rigorous exam. Prior to joining Science Club for Girls, Kelley spent nearly eight years as the Director of Development of Crossroads Continuum. She led the founding of Crossroads Continuum's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee to operationalize anti-racism and equity. Prior to Crossroads Continuum, she served as the Senior Director of Field Development at Autism Speaks. Her consistent leadership resulted in many successes, including more than $5.5 million in revenue. She has enjoyed being a Girl Scout Troop Leader since 2018 and spent nearly ten years as a Big Sister.

"I was inspired by Hedy Lamarr's story after reading The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict. While her inventions were initially rejected because she was a woman, they were groundbreaking and revolutionized modern communication and led to the technologies we all use daily with our cell phones!"

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Kelley Borer-Miller  (she/her)
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