Our international Board of Directors collects gently used toys, books, and school supplies,
and delivers them directly to underprivileged schoolchildren in St. James and Elizabeth Parish in
Jamaica. We help the schools establish reading initiatives and school libraries.

Janeka Miller, Co-founder and Creative Director, was born and raised in St. Elizabeth Parish in Jamaica, and moved to New Jersey in 2001.  In 2011, she created The RKM Foundation in memory of her brother to inspire children in rural Jamaica.


Christine Allen, Co-founder and Programs Manager, was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and moved to New Jersey in 1994. She is the owner and operator of Mo’Pweeze Bakery in Rockaway, NJ.


Michael Milla, Administrative Director, was born in Peru. He lives in New Jersey where he has been practicing architecture for over a decade.


Kerry-Ann Chin, Design & Development Director, was born and raised in Jamaica. She is a multi-disciplinary professional in architecture and graphic design.


Adrian Allen, Financial Advisor, was born in St. Mary, Jamaica. He is a Senior Project Manager for NK Architects in Morristown, NJ.


Suzanne Dell’Orto, Art Director, is a practicing artist and graphic designer, and is a design educator at Baruch College/CUNY in New York City.


Patreena Bailey-Green, Community Outreach Coordinator, is based in Santa Cruz, Jamaica. She is an Internal Auditor at Northern Caribbean University.

Board of Directors

directly impacting children's lives

directly impacting children's lives

directly impacting children's lives

The RKM Foundation

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directly impacting children's lives

directly impacting children's lives

7,000+ children
40+ schools
and counting

Rohan Kiel Miller

The RKM Foundation was established in 2010 by Janeka Miller and Christine Allen, Jamaican-born sisters who live and work in the United States. It is named in honor of their brother Rohan Kiel Miller who died in a tragic accident at the age of ten.

Our memories of Rohan reflect his passion for life and how much he enjoyed dreaming, playing, imagining, and creating. The Foundation honors his memory by focusing on children—empowering their imagination—to play and to create a brighter and more enlightened future. One child, one toy, one book at a time.