Ken Miller has stepped down from the board of BOHO in order to spend more time with his main focus, Project Revive. One of BOHO’s original directors, Ken has a long-term perspective and an eye for future directions that will be sorely missed.
Ken’s work to bring all sectors of Boulder together to address the issues of homelessness has been a model for building community. One stellar example of Ken’s gifts, began with Project Revive’s initiative to invite volunteers to clean up Boulder Creek. Most poignant was the work of the volunteers who were homeless; they got sponsors for their efforts raising money for those in need in other countries. After the Creek clean up David and Elle Page were inspired to create the book Until They Have Faces, with portraits and stories of our homeless neighbors. In part because of Ken’s support, the book was designed to be a fundraiser for BOHO and Bridge House. And if serving as the catalyst for the project wasn’t enough, Ken coordinated the fantastic book launch event! This is just one example of Ken’s reach into the community to bring together diverse groups for a common goal.
Thank you, Ken, for your considerable support of BOHO. We have all benefited from your vision of community.