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Children’s Home Welcomes New Associate Director
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Kimberly Miller

Children’s Home of Stockton (CHS) recently announced the selection of Kimberly Miller as its new Associate Director. Miller comes to CHS with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

She has 19 years of business management experience working in a variety of sectors such as: local government, non-profit, private, education, and healthcare. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree, Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management, and an Associate of Science degree in Accounting. She is currently a Doctorate candidate pursuing an Educational and Organizational Leadership degree at the University of Pacific with an expected commencement date of Spring 2021.

Miller’s previous work experience includes Finance Director and Director of Administration at the Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services and more recently she held the position of Program Manager assigned to the Administrative Services Department for the City of Stockton.

“I have known Kim for nearly 20 years and have worked with her for 14 years when she was the at the Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services,” said Joelle Gomez, CHS’ Chief Executive Officer. “I have no doubt that Kim’s experience in business administration and leadership experience will aid us in moving our critical work forward. She brings a heart of gold, a strong understanding of the complexities of non-profits and compassionate leadership.”

CHS has been serving a vulnerable population of at-risk youth for 138 years. CHS is the largest 52-bed Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP) in San Joaquin County, certified to provide Specialty Mental Health Services and offer Transition Aftercare services. In addition, CHS provides on-campus one.Vision classes operated by the San Joaquin Office of Education.

The mission of the Children’s Home of Stockton is to provide at-risk youth an opportunity for a productive life through treatment and education in a safe, nurturing environment.

CHS is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information, to get involved, or to tour the CHS campus, call 209-466-0853 or visit