Sarah Miller is a principal adviser for community and economic development within the Atlanta Fed’s Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity. She has over 15 years of experience in workforce development, economic development, and education. Previously, she worked for the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), a national nonprofit and during her 10 years at CAEL, she helped develop, grow, and manage the workforce and economic development area of service. She worked with national, regional, and local partners and communities to advance alignment of workforce investments to meet labor market and economic needs. Her experience includes a focus on education and training, addressing skills gaps, career pathway alignment and the creation of regional workforce and economic development strategies to increase economic access and mobility. Miller started her career focused on K–12 education as a social science teacher in Ohio and Illinois before moving into the private sector working with Public Consulting Group in its education practice area. She earned her bachelor of science degree in education from Bowling Green State University.
Principal Adviser for Community and Economic Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta