Cathy Herman Miller started with JELF in 2002 as a part time financial coordinator becoming full time in 2008, then served as Director of Finance and Operations from 2012-2015 and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer (COO). Cathy, originally from Greensboro, North Carolina, received her B.S. in Consumer Economics from the University of Georgia, where she taught personal finance and was an athletic academic tutor for UGA. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia upon graduation and began her career in the public sector while volunteering in the Jewish Community.
Cathy is certified in nonprofit finance and accounting and has served as a guest seminar instructor on the methods of financing college at the University of Central Florida. She also created the Financial Facts Seminars for JELF and facilitates them around the JELF region. Cathy also currently serves as a Vice President of IAJFL (International Association of Jewish Free Loans).
Cathy is a Past Board Member of the Ahavath Achim (AA) Synagogue and has served in a variety of volunteer capacities for the Epstein School of Atlanta. Cathy lives in Marietta, GA with her husband of 30 years, Ronny, and has two children.