Faye Miller, MPP
Faye Miller is a Research & Assessment Specialist with the Institute for Justice Research and Development, where her work involves interviewing incarcerated people and those recently released from prison, as part of the randomized control trial of the 5-Key Model for Reentry program. Miller has conducted field interviews for research projects ranging from a study of the gender gap in undergraduate computer science education at Carnegie Mellon University, to a study by RAND examining the impact of neighborhood characteristics on the health and well-being residents, to the U.S. Department of Education’s International Survey of Adult Skills (ISAS). She has also served as a Court Operations Analyst with the Minnesota State Court Administrators Office, and was the founder and Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse.
Miller holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from the College of Wooster and Master of Public Policy degree from Duke University.