Born and raised north of Seattle, Korrie Miller graduated from Inglemoor High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in Comparative History of Ideas with minors in Education and Diversity. She also earned her Master’s in Education Policy from the University of Washington. The majority of her career has been dedicated to the college access pipeline, especially supporting diverse students to and through post-secondary education. She has mentored and supported over 500 students through her work as a counselor and internship coordinator with Rainier Scholars and as a Program Manager for the Young Executives of Color program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business.
Korrie is a founding member of the UW Master’s in Education Policy Alumni Advisory Board and later received the Alumni of the Year award in 2018 for co-founding the MEP Mentorship program for graduate students. Other notable awards include the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Emerging Leaders Award and the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD) Diversity Initiative recipient.
In her spare time Korrie enjoys jazz concerts, cooking and spending time with her family.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Bishop Blanchet High School is a private, coed Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging college preparatory academic program, campus ministry, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.