Researcher and Sessional Instructor, University of British Columbia
Miriam Miller, M.A., PhD candidate, is a learner, teacher-educator, researcher, storyteller and parent, committed to working alongside educators to embed social and emotional learning (SEL) and emotional well-being into their practice. Miriam is a former senior coach and trainer with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence at Yale University. Currently, she is a researcher with the Social, Emotional, and Educational Development lab and a Sessional Instructor at the University of British Columbia. Miriam’s background as an educator, and her role as a researcher, allows her to dynamically present research-to-practice in especially relevant ways for educators.