Carolyn Miller, a senior program officer in the Research-Evaluation-Learning unit, joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2013. She brings to the Foundation a long and diverse career in private sector, government, and academic research. She views her work with RWJF as “an incredible opportunity to be part of guiding and supporting the research efforts of the Foundation as it helps to move our nation toward a Culture of Health.”
Previously, as the principle of Carolyn Miller Consulting in Princeton, Miller provided quantitative and qualitative research for commercial and academic research organizations, foundations, nonprofit organizations, and professional/medical specialty associations. She also held research positions with Mathematica Policy Research, the Gallup Organization, and Princeton Survey Research Associates International. Her research has spanned a range of issues in health and health care, public policy, public opinion, and survey research methodology.
Miller received her BA in Sociology from the University of Vermont, her MA in Applied Social Research from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, and her MS in Health Policy from the Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health in Philadelphia. She has served as Board Co-Chairperson and a Board member of the Mercer County (New Jersey) Child Placement Review Board, and as co-founder and Board officer for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Mercer County.
Born in Moorestown, N.J., Miller currently resides in West Windsor, N.J., with her husband. They have two grown children, a son and a daughter. She enjoys travel and spending time at a family camp on the Georgian Bay in Canada.