Alison Miller

Research Assistant

Alison brings to Harder+Company extensive knowledge of educational and workforce development initiatives, particularly those that support youth, veterans, and low-income workers. She offers rich experience in community assessment, coalition building, program design and evaluation, group facilitation, grant writing, youth leadership development, and working with diverse stakeholders. She is skilled in various quantitative and qualitative research methods, including interviews, focus groups, and surveys. Alison has advanced proficiency in Spanish.

Prior to joining Harder+Company, Alison supported evaluations of workforce development programs for Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, as well as youth development initiatives with the Center for Court Innovation, a criminal justice think tank based in New York City. In her free time, Alison enjoys reading, oil-painting, and practicing yoga.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education
  • Master of Social Work, Hunter College
  • Bachelor of Arts, Sociology and English, Boston College
Areas of Expertise
  • Community Development
  • Criminal Justice
  • Education
  • Leadership Development
  • Workforce Development