Pamela J. Miller, JD, MSW, LISW-S
Founder and Executive Director
Miller founded the Children's Justice Project in February 2017 as part of her lifelong commitment to serving children in poverty. As a teenager in foster care, she partnered with her church to provide free babysitting to single mothers who could not afford childcare, and went on to study social philosophy, social work, and law at Miami University and the University of Cincinnati. Miller began her career as a social work administrator and children's attorney in Washington, D.C., practiced family violence law in the San Francisco Bay Area, and returned to Ohio in 2013 where she has focused on treatment and advocacy for abused and neglected children. She also trains social service providers in evidence-based methods including sexual abuse assessment, and has conducted research on the rights of mentally ill children in school. Miller has served as field faculty at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and published in NASW's premier journal "Social Work". She currently serves on the board of the National Association of Social Workers Ohio and is the Cincinnati area director, on the national Amicus and Public Policy Committee for the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), on the Greater Cincinnati Food Policy Council, on the U.C. School of Social Work Alumni Board, and on the board of CAIN Ministries. She was recently invited by Cincinnati City Councilmember Greg Landsman to join his newly formed Children and Families Council.
Robert Del Vicario, MBA
Finance and Strategy Consultant
Mr. Del Vicario joins the Children's Justice Project with more than ten years experience in the financial services industry. He studied economics at the University of New Hampshire and received his MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University-Bloomington. He has served as a manager at Deloitte and is currently a Director at KPMG in deal advisory. His areas of expertise include corporate strategy, data and analytics, and deal advisory. He has published in The Deloitte Review and Forbes Magazine. Growing up, Mr. Del Vicario's parents raised nearly thirty foster children, which has informed his passion for helping children overcome economic and social injustice. He is the oldest of eight, including five siblings adopted from the foster care system.