Historic Houses Coordinator
Ed Miller fell in love with Fairmount Park over 20 years ago when he stumbled upon Shofuso, the Japanese House, while biking around the park. This inspired him to move to Asia, where he taught English, appeared on Korean TV, acted on stage and other less reputable places, and was a Professor of Marketing at Shingu College in Seoul. Prior to that, Ed worked in professional and managerial roles in human resources, training, and marketing in healthcare, banking, and internet commerce, including a fun stint at Half.com, an eBay company. Ed has an MBA from Penn State University. He is a happy resident of West Philly and still makes time to act around town.
Neighbor’s Day Still On for Saturday, December 9th
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Interview with “Bricolage” Composer Jeri Johnson
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