Ronnie Millar

Executive Director, Rian Immigrant Center

Ronnie Millar leads the Rian Immigrant Center, formerly the Irish International Immigrant Center in Boston – a Welcome Center for immigrants from Ireland and from 120 other countries. Ronnie has worked in social justice and community development for the past 15 years, as the Director of the Corrymeela Center in County Antrim – Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation center – and with the South Boston Boys and Girls Club. Ronnie immigrated to the United States in 1993 with Digital Equipment Corporation, where he worked as an engineer and manager for 14 years.

As a graduate of the College of Public and Community Service at UMASS Boston, Ronnie has extensive experience in community work as a mediator and facilitator. He serves on the boards of several community projects and is married to Kelly Matthews, a professor of English and Education at Framingham State University. They have two sons, Rory and Andrew, who are both Tottenham Hotspur supporters.

Ronnie Millar leads the Rian Immigrant Center, formerly the Irish International Immigrant Center in Boston – a Welcome Center for immigrants from Ireland and from 120 other countries. Ronnie has worked in social justice and community development for the past 15 years, as the Director of the Corrymeela Center in County Antrim – Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation center – and with the South Boston Boys and Girls Club. Ronnie immigrated to the United States in 1993 with Digital Equipment Corporation, where he worked as an engineer and manager for 14 years.

As a graduate of the College of Public and Community Service at UMASS Boston, Ronnie has extensive experience in community work as a mediator and facilitator. He serves on the boards of several community projects and is married to Kelly Matthews, a professor of English and Education at Framingham State University. They have two sons, Rory and Andrew, who are both Tottenham Hotspur supporters.

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