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Kim Miller

Vice President, Community Affairs


Kim Miller joined the Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium in 2022 and has served as the vice president of community affairs since September 2023. In her role, she oversees community relations, youth programs and Dolphins Challenge Cancer, the largest annual fundraiser in the NFL.

Miller first joined the organization as vice president of human resources, where she was responsible for all organizational human resource functions and providing oversight for diversity and inclusion initiatives. Previously, Miller was the vice president of programs for RISE. Founded by Miami Dolphins Chairman of the Board and Managing General Partner Stephen Ross, RISE is a nonprofit with a mission to educate and empower the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations. During her time at RISE, Miller spearheaded the development and implementation of a national program which received recognition from ESPN by way of the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award in 2017 and Sports Humanitarian Corporate Community Award in 2019.

Prior to joining RISE, Miller held human resources roles with Target Corporation and Accenture HR Services and also worked as a management consultant with a focus on talent and organizational performance.

Miller earned a bachelor's degree from the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University, where she also ran cross country.