Christina Miller is Executive Director for PHMC affiliate Health Promotion Council (HPC). Christina brings 15 years of experience in the nonprofit public health and social service sectors, with expertise in creating and managing programs designed to improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations. In her previous work with HPC, Christina directed several small- and large-scale health promotion programs targeting individuals and families, as well as organizations and systems.
In addition to her role with HPC, Christina is Managing Director for the Health Promotion Services division of Public Health Management Corporation. In that role, she provides strategic direction and oversight for several health promotion initiatives, including adolescent reproductive health, injury prevention, and the Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network – a statewide professional association for nutritionists and nutrition educators.
Christina’s prior experience includes work in the philanthropic sector, with a focus on health issues including patient-oriented breast cancer programs and research in obesity and metabolic syndrome; managing a multi-state, federally-funded anti-human trafficking initiative; and providing in-home case management services to high-risk children and families. Her combined experience of working directly with individuals and families impacted by health disparities, grantmaking in the field of health, and developing and overseeing programs intended to improve health, gives her a unique and robust ability to understand both individual- and family-level needs and systems-level solutions.
Christina earned a Masters in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Saint Joseph’s University.