Samuel Miller, B.A.
Mr. Samuel Miller is a Program Specialist at edCount and provides support for assessment alignment evaluations and cognitive lab studies including the execution of deliverables, development of research instruments, the collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, and authoring reports and presentations.
Prior to joining edCount, Mr. Miller completed several internships, including an internship at Knowledgeworks Foundation where he reviewed legislation related to competency-based education. He contributed to blog posts and policy-tracking efforts of the organization. Mr. Miller also interned with Ballotpedia where he verified incumbent local elected officials for over 200 of the largest cities and counties in the U.S. to ensure accurate reporting on-site and in the database and researched official results for over 500 races to certify election outcomes in the database. As a Community Literacy Intern at Literacy Network, Mr. Miller created individualized lesson plans to help adult ESL learners to reach their personal goals, led weekly tutoring classes, and represented the Literacy Network at informational meetings with community leaders.
Mr. Miller received his B.A. in Political Science and Spanish, with a minor in Public Policy, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also completed the Wisconsin in Washington Program in Washington, D.C., including coursework in U.S. Foreign Policy, Presidential Campaigns and Governance, and Professional Development.