Accomplished Legal Professional
Ms. Miller has gained over 25 years of experience advising multi-national corporations on a wide range of HR and employee relation issues related to labor and employment law, regulatory compliance and risk management.
She has a strong passion for diversity, equity and inclusion as well as disability accessibility and has a wealth of experience educating stakeholders on the legal requirements, policies and procedures and developing training programs for DEI and accessibility laws.
Katrice earned a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Master of Law (LLM) in Business Compliance Law from Loyola University Chicago. She also holds a B.A. degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Accomplished Philanthropist and Motivational Speaker
Katrice is an accomplished philanthropist and motivational speaker, donating her time, experience and skills to uplift and inspire others to help create a better world.
In 2021, Katrice was elected to serve as Director of Northwestern University’s Undergraduate Alumni Admission Council. As Director of Northwestern's AAC, Katrice assists Northwestern in enrolling highly qualified and diverse student body through interviews, college fairs and other events. Katrice is committed to sharing her vision, direction, leadership and advocacy to promote diversity, equity and inclusion at Northwestern.
She also serves as an Adjunct Law Professor with Loyola University Chicago where she has helped mentor hundreds of students in their pursuit of legal careers.
Lastly, she is the Founder of the Jalen Jimerson Foundation LLC, a non-profit organization working to make a positive impact in the lives of children and teens, in honor of her 19 year old son who was tragically killed in February 2022 as a result of gun violence.
Award Winning Attorney and Educator
In 2014, Ms. Miller was awarded the U.S. Department of Labor's Secretary of Labor Honors Award. The Secretary’s Innovation Award was established to recognize labor-management successes in cost savings, increased productivity and innovation for improving advances for working conditions for U.S. workers.
In 2017, Katrice was awarded Loyola University's Excellence in Adult Learning Award.