Rosalia Gutierrez-Huete Miller
Rosalia Miller has 35 years of experience navigating local, national, and international education systems. She taught for 25 years at the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC. In addition, she taught at the Maret School, the National Child Research Center (NCRC), and the Holton Arms School. Rosalia is a Co-Founder of the Latino Student Fund, a national scholarship and educational non-profit for underprivileged Latino children. Prior to her career in education, Rosalia spent 20 years at the International Monetary Fund, traveling extensively for her work.
In 2004, Rosalia was named a Washingtonian of the Year. She received a Public Service Congressional Award and was appointed to the Congressional Latino Council in 2009. She serves on several boards, including Colgate University (emerita), CHB - Children’s Health Board (Children’s National Medical Center), W3D Harvard - Women in Defense, Diplomacy and Development, and the SEED Foundation. She is also a member of the Washington Performing Arts Women’s Committee. Rosalia is a 2010 ELP National Hispana Fellow and a member of Leadership Greater Washington, class of 2009. She has been featured in several magazines and has appeared on television programs in Washington, DC and abroad as a member of educational panels sharing her educational expertise. Rosalia speaks several languages.
Her advocacy for equitable education for all and her work as educational consultant have provided her the opportunity to serve as a speaker at various national conferences, including the National Association of Independent Schools Annual Meetings.
Rosalia holds a Master degree in Public Administration from Harvard University Kennedy School. At Harvard, she was a Dean’s Ambassador and a three-time panelist, speaking to prospective students on behalf of the Kennedy School. She was Culture Editor of The Citizen, the Kennedy School's official newspaper, and founded the HKS ArtPIC (Public Interest Council) in 2012.
Rosalia studied at the Université de Paris à la Sorbonne, Paris; the Inchbald School of Design, London; and the Parsons School of Design, New York. Rosalia is a ceramicist and muralist who has created public art in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. She has done art interventions with children who experienced trauma in war-torn and conflict areas of the world including Sri Lanka, Nicaragua and Indonesia, using clay as her medium.