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Tiffany Miller

Vice President, Government Relations

Tiffany Miller is the Vice President of Government Relations for Communities In Schools (CIS). In this role she will develop a comprehensive government relations strategy and actively engage with federal policymaking bodies to raise the awareness and brand of CIS. She will also lead the development and implementation of state and local advocacy strategies that supports both the CIS network and builds the field of integrated student supports. Prior to joining CIS, Tiffany was the  Director of Education Policy at the Center for American Progress. Her work focused on all aspects of school improvement, including federal K-12 policy issues such as School Improvement Grants, Race to the Top, and Investing in Innovation, or i3, grants. She also focused on educational innovation, including expanded learning time and high school reform. Previously, Tiffany served as a senior research associate at Policy Studies Associates, Inc., a company that conducts research in K-12 education and youth development. In that capacity, she managed large, complex evaluations in the areas of expanded learning time, school improvement, and teacher evaluation. Earlier in her career, she worked as a political fundraiser.