Kathryn Davison Miller serves as Director of Music/Organist at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Boardman, Ohio.  She serves as chancel choir director, adult hand bell director, children’s hand bell director, concert series coordinator and performer.  She is staff accompanist at Youngstown State University working in the choral department.  One of her other roles includes Organist/Director at Congregation Rodef Sholom in Youngstown.  Kathryn is accompanist for Stambaugh Chorus, Warren Civic Chorus, New Castle Music Club Chorus and maintains a private organ/piano studio at Westminster.

Kathryn received her Bachelor of Music degree in organ performance from The Ohio State University where she studied with Gordon Wilson.  She earned her Master of Music degree in organ performance from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music. While attending CCM she studied organ with David Mulberry and was on full accompanying scholarship working in the vocal department.  While serving on adjunct faculty at Youngstown State University, Kathryn also received her Bachelor of Engineering degree majoring in Industrial Engineering.

Kathryn recently moved to the Kent area to be closer to her four children and three grandchildren.