J.C. Miller is Assistant Director of the Accessible Education Office. She began her career in the K-12 public education space as a teacher working with students with low-incidence disabilities. She also brings experience as a school-based special education administrator, having provided leadership and advocacy to facilitate access for students with disabilities in the Boston Public Schools.
At AEO, J.C. enthusiastically serves as primary liaison to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student population. Her professional interests include building inclusion and equity at all levels of education, advancing social justice for individuals with disabilities, and cultivating intersectional student support systems. J.C. is eager to engage with students and other members of the Harvard community to facilitate access.
J.C. holds a Master of Education degree in Learning and Teaching from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Latin American Language and Cultures from New York University.