Kendell grew up in Dallas, Texas and graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.F.A. in Dance Performance, a B.A. in Human Rights, and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies in May 2018. She has worked to combine her passions for human rights and dance through her choreography. Her piece, “Thoughts and Prayers” was performed at the 2018 Dallas Dance Festival. Starting this fall (2020), she’ll be attending the University of Michigan to earn her Master’s of Integrative Design with a focus on equity and access.
Updated May 2020
More from Kendell Miller-Roberts
What is a Shelter-In-Place Order Without Shelter?
In this article, Fellow Kendell Miller-Roberts calls for greater attention on the housing crisis in the United States, an issue predating the COVID-19 crisis and only being worsened by the pandemic.
Thank you to our 2019 US Review and Admissions Committees
Reflecting on American Gun Violence Through Dance
Senior Fellow Kendell Miller-Roberts's project addresses the issue of American gun violence through a variety of choreographic techniques and tools.
Announcing the 2018 Humanity in Action Fellows