Emily Sama-Miller

Principal Researcher, Mathematica Policy Research

Ms. Sama-Miller has nearly two decades of experience studying policies and programs to support child and family well-being. Her work includes systematic and traditional narrative literature reviews and conceptual model development on on two-generation initiatives and their components, home visiting, employment and training programs, the relationship of work to well-being, and the various components of economic and social well-being. She also enjoys opportunities to gather feedback from program administrators, intervention developers, and families on the practical implications of program and policy research findings.

Convenings Featuring Emily Sama-Miller

Date: April 11, 2023
– April 12, 2023
Location: Virtual & In-Person in Washington, DC
Join us for our fourth Aspen Forum on Children and Families on Tuesday, April 11th and Wednesday, April 12th, 2023. Our 2023 theme is Taking Action for Family Prosperity. We will focus on solutions for policymakers, philanthropists, practitioners,...
ConveningApril 11, 2023
– April 12, 2023