Tiffany Miller serves as the Director of Federal Policy for the Learning Policy Institute, where she works to bring evidence-based research to policymakers to advance policies that provide equitable learning opportunities for every child.
Prior to joining LPI, Miller was Vice President of Policy at Communities In Schools (CIS), where she developed and led a comprehensive government relations strategy and actively engaged with federal policymaking bodies to advocate for policies that empower youth to succeed in school and in life. She also led the development and implementation of state and local advocacy strategies that supported both the CIS network and built the field of integrated student supports. Miller also served as Director of Education Policy at the Center for American Progress, where her work focused on all aspects of school improvement. Previously, she served as a senior research associate at Policy Studies Associates, Inc., and worked as a political fundraiser.
Miller is also an Adjunct Professor at American University where she teaches Education and Public Policy as part of the School of Education’s Education Policy and Leadership Program. She holds a Master of Public Policy from American University and a B.A. in Political Science from Kent State University.