Nathan Aaron Miller

Nathan Aaron Miller

Career Interests

Science Communication, Policy Analysis, Media Production, Environmental Advocacy, Political Action

Employment Sought:
Permanent Position


Master of Environmental Management, May 2017
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
Coastal Environmental Managment
Post Baccalaureate Certificate, May 2015
School of Continuing Education
Columbia University, New York, NY
Evolution, Ecology, and Environmental Biology
Bachelor of Fine Arts, May 2010
Tisch School of the Arts
New York University, New York, NY
Major: Film and Television
Minors:Documentary, Tisch Open Arts, French, College of Arts and Sciences


Professional Experience

Communications Assistant, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC
Composed articles highlighting university research as well as student-led environmental initiatives. Shot and edited videos abstracts and student/faculty profiles.  Photographed Nicholas School events for social  media. 2015 - Present
Communications Intern, League of Conservation Voters, Washington, D.C. 
Prepared press releases for immediate distribution. Authored OpEd pieces on environmental policy and the Supreme Court nomination. Advised the development of new content strategies for LCV’s updated website. Collected and tracked press clips mentioning  LCV. Summer 2016
Research Assistant, Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED), Columbia University, New York, NY
Created and scheduled content for social media accounts. Generated monthly reports tracking web and social media presence. Produced video highlighting CRED’s global index insurance initiative. Proofread citations related to environmental research and  reports. 2014 - 2015
Housing Advocate, Common Ground - Street to  Home Brooklyn/Queens, New York, NY
Assembled housing applications for chronically homeless individuals. Advocated on behalf of homeless clients during interviews for permanent supportive housing. Engaged with clients suffering from chronic mental illness through interview, de-escalation and negotiation. 2011 - 2013
Producer/ Director/Editor, Village Community Schools, New York, NY/India
Edited fundraising documentary for Global Pathways, a school for impoverished children in southern India. Coordinated production schedule with the school administration. Collected field and interview footage in Chettipalayam, India. May - Dec. 2010
Consultant, United Nations Development Program: Communications Office, New York, NY
Edited UNDP videos promoting development, environment  and sustainability projects around the globe. Transcribed footage from UNDP sites for broacast. Proofread multilingual content for the 2009 Human Development  Report. Fall 2009


Additional Information

Technical Skill: EdGCM, ArcGIS, NVivo, HTML Web Coding, Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Canon EOS Lens Series, Canon EOS Digital SLR Series, Sony XDCAM  Series
Publication: "Collateral damage to marine and terrestrial ecosystems from Yankee whaling in the 19th century." (Co-authored). Appears in Ecology and Evolution, Publication Date October 9, 2016.
Honors: NYU (2010):Senior Pillar Award for LGBT Philanthropy  and Service, Tisch Honors Student


climate change
coastal zone management
environmental education
international development policy

Graduation Date

May 2017

Additional Resources



Preferred Location


Preferred Sector

State / Local Government