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Frisco Resident Named General Chair Of KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

The major women's golf tournament is slated to take place at PGA Frisco's Fields Ranch East golf course in 2025

This week, the PGA of America and KPMG appointed Ashley Miller as general chair of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, a major women’s golf tournament slated to take place in Frisco next year. 

The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is a collaborative event — established by the PGA of America, LPGA and KPMG — that aims to empower women both on and off the golf course.

In addition to the major golf championship itself — which is slated to take place at PGA Frisco’s Fields Ranch East golf course — the event also includes a women’s leadership summit, as well as a charitable initiative called the KPMG Future Leaders Program, which focuses on increasing the diversity pipeline of women in business and STEM fields.

With the hiring, Miller becomes the first-ever general chair to be appointed for a major golf championship at PGA Frisco.

In her new role, Miller will lead a team of over 50 division and committee chairs and nearly 1,200 volunteers in organizing the upcoming event.

“I speak for our entire Frisco-based Championships team when I say we are all very excited to work alongside Ashley to continue to elevate this significant event, and make the 2025 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship the best and most impactful ever contested,” said Jason Mengel, championship director of the 2025 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

Miller, a resident of Frisco, has a long history of community involvement under her belt.

Prior to her new role, Miller once served as a chairwoman for the Frisco Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and is also a member of several local boards including Melody of Hope and Frisco Chamber Foundation, to name a few.

A graduate of Leadership Frisco (community leadership program), Miller currently serves as the director of Public Relations and official spokesperson for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

“What a distinct privilege to serve in such a coveted position for the 2025 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship,” said Miller. “I am honored to work alongside such an incredible championship team, and look forward to hosting the world’s elite female golfers right here in Frisco. I am humbled to serve alongside KPMG, PGA of America, LPGA, and all of our valued volunteers as we advocate and empower all women, particularly daughters like mine.”