Krista Millay earned her Th.D. in philosophy, theology, and ethics from Boston University and is an assistant dean of students for Advocacy, Prevention Education, and Gender Justice at the University of Arizona, where she oversees the Women’s Resource Center and sexual assault prevention programming. She is a Tucson public voices fellow with The OpEd Project.
Tom Millay worked as a human resource/labor relations director for 40 years. He earned his B.S. degree in business from Brescia University in 1993, studying nights and weekends for four years. He served four years in the United States Navy during the Vietnam era. He retired in 2014 after spending his last 13 years working as the executive director for the Southern Indiana Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association. As a retiree he enjoys running, hiking, road and mountain biking, golfing, pickleball, traveling and most of all spending time with his four wonderful grandchildren.
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