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Abby Miller, M.P.A.

Chief Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer

Abby Miller is a seasoned public service professional with over 20 years of experience in program design and management, strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation, organizational innovation, and team management. She has diverse experience in both domestic and international programs with expertise in community engagement, facilitation, building collaborations, and capacity building.

Prior to joining The Carter Center, Miller served as executive vice president of the Memphis Medical District Collaborative, a community development organization. Earlier, she worked as a program and data manager with the Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team (Innovate Memphis) and as a fellow with Bloomberg Philanthropies on neighborhood economic vitality and blight remediation projects with the City of Memphis. Before moving to Memphis, she worked in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with Habitat for Humanity as part of the earthquake response and recovery program providing services to over 25,000 disaster-affected families. Prior to that, Miller worked with Americans for UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, HealthRight International, and the Inter-American Development Bank on research, public education, partnership, and advocacy projects.

Miller is currently on the Board of Hands of Mothers (Manos de Madres), a nonprofit working with women in Rwanda. She holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a B.S. in Communications and Sociology from Boston University. In 2018, she was named among "40 under 40" by Memphis Business Journal.

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