Kerry Miller is an adjunct instructor in the Communication and Fine Arts Department at LCU. He brings more than 30 years of corporate experience into the classroom, most of which was with Texas Instruments Incorporated, a global maker of semiconductor chips and a Fortune 500 company. Starting as a part-time site newspaper editor at TI’s Lubbock plant, Kerry was leading TI’s worldwide internal communications function within seven years, overseeing company communications to thousands of employees. He ended his career at TI as director of communications for mergers, divestitures, and acquisitions.
Kerry has been a featured speaker/panelist for multiple professional communication conferences, served on a presidential task force for former President George H. W. Bush, and spent decades teaching adults in church settings and small groups.
Kerry is married to Pam (Zahn), a 1981 LCU graduate. Their daughter, Rynn Day, graduated from LCU in 2008 with an organizational communication degree and in her career has specialized in nonprofit marketing/communications. Their son, Zane, graduated from Pepperdine University in 2011 with a degree in advertising and has worked for several ad agencies in Los Angeles and New York City.
Kerry believes a degree in communications from LCU can provide solid grounding in a wide variety of fields, from corporate to nonprofit to academia. If you’re a prospective or current student considering a career in communications, feel free to connect with Kerry through his LinkedIn profile, linkedin.com/in/kerrycmiller/.