Sarah Miller, Senior Fellow

Sarah Miller is a senior fellow with Refugees International where she specializes in the politics of forced migration. Most recently, she has consulted for UNHCR, the ILO, the World Bank, the IRC, and Mercy Corps. She has worked on refugee issues with various NGOs in Tanzania, Thailand, Switzerland, and the United States, and has carried out research or consulting projects in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Nepal, Kenya, and Uganda. She has also helped with displacement-related projects at USAID and the U.S. Department of State as a Franklin Fellow, and has consulted with think tanks including the Brookings Institution. 

She is currently adjunct faculty with Columbia University (SIPA) and the University of London (SAS), and has published two books and various articles on forced migration. She received her doctorate in International Relations from Oxford University in 2014, and also holds an MSc in Forced Migration from Oxford University, an MA in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago, and a BA in History, Spanish, and International Service from Valparaiso University.