Marcia Miller, MPH, LMSW
Acting Associate Director for Program Planning and Communication
As acting associate director for program planning and communication for the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support, Marcia Miller, MPH, LMSW, works to provide leadership and guidance on development and implementation of strategies to improve communication among state, tribal, local and territorial public health officials, external partners, and CDC’s workforce.
Ms. Miller has more than 18 years of experience in health education and communication. She has worked at CDC for more than a decade on a wide variety of public health education and communication activities, including providing technical assistance as a project officer to state and local agencies and national organizations, planning and implementing program activities for tracking and surveillance, and developing and evaluating health communication campaigns, public education materials, and online resources. She has worked across CDC programs on issues related to adolescent health, school health, disability, folic acid, early hearing loss detection and intervention, sexually transmitted diseases, and viral hepatitis. In addition, Miller has worked with the Epidemic Intelligence Service training program and has served as an emergency responder for the Haiti earthquake and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Miller received a master of public health degree from Emory University and a master of clinical social work degree from the University of Georgia.