Erin C. Miller

Chief Transformation Officer

Erin has long been an intersectional activist working in partnership with Black women, immigrant Latine, Haredi (Fervently Orthodox Jewish) and LGBQ/T communities. She is a specialist in the areas of trauma, abuse, and substance use disorders, and most recently served as the Equity, Inclusion, and Abuse Prevention Officer at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. She also has the privilege of sitting on the Project Management Team for the National TeleNursing Center. She is currently the Chief Transformation Officer at the Center for Safety and Change in Rockland County, NY.

Erin holds degrees in Black Studies and Gender-Based Violence, as well as credentials in substance use counseling and trauma. She is also currently an exhausted Bloomberg Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health where she is working towards her MPH.