Brenna Miller, MPH
Brenna Miller is a Health Communications Specialist at the Lown Institute. She holds an MPH from Tufts University School of Medicine as well as a BS in Psychology from Clemson University. Throughout her undergraduate career, she focused extensively on clinical research in the mental health field, starting in 2016 with the RI State Government Internship Program examining recidivism rates among inmates with mental illness and continuing on to investigate media representations of autism spectrum disorders at the ARC Lab at Clemson University. In 2018 she served as the Research Coordinator intern at Planned Parenthood in Providence, RI, where she found her passion for reproductive health and women’s health. She credits these research and clinical experiences with motivating her to pursue public health. Her final capstone project for graduate school focused on developing a bilingual cardiovascular health program for homeless and marginally housed women on behalf of Health Care Without Walls in Boston, MA.
Her ultimate goal is to use reproductive health research to help inform policy and eliminate inequities within the field. Her dream career is one that combines her clinical passions with her love for social justice work so she can help make her community a better place. In her free time you might find her cruising around Boston on her electric scooter or taking a kickboxing class.
- Boston, MA