Emily Miller is a researcher for reproductive health and family formation, excited to explore her interests in poverty, mobility, family demography, neighborhood effects, and racial inequality.
Emily first came to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area as an intern. During an internship with the National Low Income Housing Coalition, Emily researched community collaboration and the provision of affordable housing. She wrote a thesis on the effectiveness of public service announcements on reducing drunk driving.
At Child Trends, Emily looks forward to expanding her quantitative and qualitative skills. She majored in policy analysis and management with a minor in inequality studies at Cornell University. In her free time, she reads pop social science, writes, and explores city life and events. She is fond of theater.