B.S. Policy Analysis and Management
Cornell University, 2016
Emily Miller is a doctoral candidate in Population Studies and Social Policy. She received a B.S. in Policy Analysis and Management and minored in Inequality Studies at Cornell University. She worked at Child Trends on projects ranging from smart phone based randomized control trials to parenting knowledge focus groups to measuring Hispanic diversity across federal datasets. She is a mixed methods researcher. Current projects include how addiction and religion shape childhood and young adulthood in Southeastern Kentucky and how universal Pre-K shapes household budgets, child enrichment, and maternal employment. Future work aims to examine how place and policy shape outcomes with an emphasis on rural and suburban United States.