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Pam Miller, OP

 

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School of Business
pmiller@marylhurst.edu

Education

MA, Adult Education & Spirituality, Seattle University

About

Pam is an educator experienced in facilitating learning with adults of diverse backgrounds, with twelve years experience in online teaching and program administration in higher education. She worked on the original curriculum and instructional design team for the AOP Program in the School of Business. She teaches the Art & Discipline of Leadership course in the undergraduate program and works on special projects with the AOP team.

Previous to teaching at Marylhurst, Pam worked on a leadership team for a nonprofit organization serving the Western States, led several Task Force projects including organization reconfiguration and merger, and participated in Boards for nonprofits in northern Alaska and Spokane, WA.

  • Pam is a Dominican Sister; the O.P. following her name means "Order of Preachers."

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August 23, 2014

Undergraduate Information Session

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September 04, 2014

Business Programs Information Session

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