Program Specialist | MCH Engagement
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Rachel Miller is a Program Specialist for AUCD’s Maternal and Child Health technical assistance team. Her responsibilities include supporting LENDs and DBPs through AUCD's cooperative agreement with MCHB's Division of MCH Workforce Development and disseminate ITAC newsletters and promotions.
Before AUCD, Rachel worked at Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) focusing on improving access to voting during the 2020 election cycle. She also worked for Exploryst, a travel website that promotes accessible tourist attractions for people with disabilities. She recently graduated from George Washington University with a bachelor’s of science degree in Public Health and a minor in Sociology. During college, she was involved in her college’s national honor fraternity, Phi Sigma Pi, as initiate advisor, scholarship chair, and recruitment chair.
Her interests include:
- Evidence-based public health research
- Community-supported advocacy
- Health equity
- Program development