Amanda Fuchs Miller
Amanda Fuchs Miller has 25 years of advocacy, policy, research and communications experience in and outside of government. As President of Seventh Street Strategies, Amanda consults with non-profits to provide advocacy, policy and communications support. She has previously worked on the Hill, in the Obama and Clinton administrations, and as Vice President of Government Affairs at Teach for America.
Amanda is an affiliated faculty member in the School of Public Affairs’ Department of Government and Director of the School of Education’s Education Policy and Leadership program at American University.
After college, Amanda spent more than a decade working to help Democratic candidates get elected on campaigns and at national political organizations. Amanda currently serves on the board of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project and DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA).
Degrees: M.P.A., Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, 2003; J.D., Northwestern University School of Law, 2002; B.A./B.S., Boston University, 1992