Welcome to the Miller-Dwan Foundation Board of Directors!

We are so pleased to announce that we recently welcomed Carl Crawford, Dr. Brad Davis and Missy Meierhoff to our existing Board of Directors.

Carl Crawford was selected by Mayor Emily Larson as Duluth’s Human Rights Officer in July 2016 after serving as Lake Superior College’s Intercultural Center Coordinator since 2007. As the Human Rights Officer, Crawford is charged with enforcing City and state human rights laws and works to ensure City services are accessible to all people without discrimination. In addition, the Human Rights Officer also serves as the Equal Opportunity Representative for the City of Duluth and the ADA Coordinator, responsible for enforcement of policies against discrimination and harassment, diversifying the workforce and promoting accessibility for all residents.

Melissa (Missy) Meierhoff is a long-time Duluth resident whose expertise centers around Human Resources leadership. Meierhoff has diverse experience in change management, strategy, project management, process improvement and more. Her past employment includes senior-level and leadership positions in the healthcare and banking sectors. She currently serves as the Senior Human Resource Liaison for Barr Engineering in Duluth.

Brad J. Davis MD resides in Duluth and is the current Medical Director of the Hematology Laboratory, Department of Pathology and is a staff physician for the pathology department at Essentia Health. Dr. Davis is also the Laboratory Medical Director at Hayward Memorial Hospital in Hayward, Wisconsin, as well as holding privileges to care for patients at several facilities throughout Northern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin. Dr. Davis is certified by the American Board of Pathology in Hematology and Anatomic & Clinical Pathology


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