Indiana University Health has selected Crystal Hinson Miller to serve as chief philanthropy officer. Miller, who previously served as associate dean for advancement at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will begin her new role January 23.
Miller also served as executive director of the UNC-Chapel Hill Public Health Foundation Inc. Before joining UNC-Chapel Hill, Miller was vice president for children’s programs at the Medical Foundation of North Carolina.
Earlier this year, Illinois-based recruiting firm Witt/Keiffer, which assisted the organization in the search to fill the newly-created position, said the CPO would "create one IU Health Foundation with centralized operations and alignment in purpose and strategy (and) lead a coordinated, collaborative approach to development and enhancement of donor contributions throughout the entire IU Health enterprise."
In her new role, Miller will report to Kevin Armstrong, chief mission and values officer at IU Health.