Anne Miller

Anne Miller recently completed her Master’s degree in Public Policy and Public Administration from Concordia University in Montreal after interning at, and writing her thesis on, the International Criminal Court.  Anne has worked significantly in program evaluation as a consulting associate with Brenda J Simpson and Associates, and has a strong background in statistical analysis, social return on investment accounting and logic model creation.  She has also worked in a variety of policy areas, including indigenous peoples policy (with Dr. Daniel Salee at Concordia University), development policy (with the UNDP in South Korea), social policy (with Aspen Family Services and Brenda J Simpson and Associates), and environment policy (with Dr. David Swann, MLA for Calgary Mountainview).  Currently she is the Research Coordinator for the Centre for Criminology and Justice at Mount Royal University.