Margie Dobin Miller is a 1969 graduate of Cazenovia College. She continued her education at Elmira College and in 1971, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and psychology from Hofstra University.
Miller first joined the College Board of Trustees in 2010 and served in that capacity for three terms.
Miller worked as an administrator and religious schoolteacher for 16 years as well as having a career in real estate. She also has enjoyed being an active community leader, serving on the boards of several Jewish organizations. They include Mercaz, The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, the Ziegler School of Rabinnic Studies in Los Angeles, and the American Friends of Neve Hanna. She was long active in and now is the immediate past international president of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism.
Miller’s husband, Joel Miller, was killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11, and Miller has dedicated significant time traveling throughout North America speaking about the effects of that event on families and how people cope during life-changing events. She has returned to the Cazenovia College campus to speak to Criminal Justice students about the incidents surrounding 9/11 and its aftermath and has led college student tours at New York’s 9/11 memorial.
A member of the 1824 Society, Miller also has endowed a scholarship. The Margie Dobin Miller '69 Scholarship is intended to assist a student in good academic standing having financial need.