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Thaddeus Miles

NERSC Board Member
Director of Community Services
MassHousing

Thaddeus Miles is an author and internationally recognized, award-winning photographer who serves as the Director of Community Services at MassHousing.

His previous work at Harvard Law School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology reinforced his steadfast commitment to ensuring that the most underserved members of our cities have genuine opportunities for success and achievement. Thaddeus has founded local, national, and international initiatives and serves on many nonprofit boards. He founded HoodFit, a movement to amplify the positive attributes in communities of color; Think Big Dream Big, a youth-driven initiative; the Alray Scholarship Fund; and, co-founded two technology consortiums.

Thaddeus is currently the Chair of Becoming a Man (BAM), Boston. Recent awards include the GK100, 2018 Boston’s 100 Most Influential People of Color, the Visionary Award from The Timothy Smith Foundation, Embracing the Legacy by The Robert F. Kennedy Action Corp, and The Directors Community Award by the Director of the FBI.

Thaddeus is a veteran of the United States Air Force and a devoted father, grandfather, and friend.