Elizabeth Miller graduated from the University of Houston in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She went on to earn a graduate certificate in women’s studies from UH in 2008. Following undergraduate studies, Elizabeth enjoyed working in the research world; first at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Maryland and later at San Francisco State University. She studied gerontology at SFSU and earned a Master’s degree there in 2014. Her social service career has included working in a variety of settings serving diverse populations. Upon moving to Austin in 2019, she completed a year of service with AmeriCorps, being placed at Family Eldercare as the chosen service site. Her experience with case management was furthered by working on the CARE team at Meals on Wheels Central Texas. She is a mental health advocate and has volunteered on several warmlines and hotlines since 2011. Currently, Elizabeth is a volunteer with NAMI Central Texas and enjoys supporting others in their recovery journey. She is proud to be a team member of the telehealth depression treatment project.