Heather Davis Miller
I am a native of Southern California, and am currently the Director of Conservation Partnerships for the National Wildlife Federation’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Center. I graduate from UC Berkeley with studies in landscape architecture & environmental planning and forestry, and completed grad school at Bard College in environmental policy.
In my role at the National Wildlife Federation I works to build organizational and programmatic capacity for the Federation’s affiliates in the region. Ialso engage in programmatic work in the Ohio River Basin as well as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center’s habitat connectivity conservation efforts. Additionally, I serve on the Federation’s Equity and Justice Steering Committee and am the lead on the committee’s communication efforts as well as the affiliate initiatives. I am a lifelong conservationist previously leading urban conservation policy programs for The Wilderness Society, Community Health Councils, and the USDA Forest Service.