Emily Miller, MGH

Research Associate

Emily Miller joined Johns Hopkins in 2020 and supports a diverse portfolio of education and learning activities for public health workforce capacity strengthening initiatives, including vaccine acceptance and community health worker training. She has experience in competency-based education, curriculum design, experiential learning, and participatory teaching methods. She’s also passionate about global health education and transformative learning, and she is particularly interested in paradigms that preserve local expertise and embrace diverse epistemological knowledge systems. Her additional research includes using qualitative methods and human-centered design to improve community engagement to inform primary healthcare service design and delivery.

Emily spent four years working abroad, and her professional experience has spanned a range of coordination, implementation and M&E support for global health programs and community health engagement in over 25 countries. She also spent two years teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) and is fluent in Spanish. Emily holds a BSc in Public Health from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Master of Global Health (MGH) from the Universitat de Barcelona.