In this role, Miller will support programs by coordinating trade teams and short course programs with USW’s overseas offices and state wheat commissions. She will also support planning with its annual Unified Export Strategy (UES) review process. She will report to Jennifer Sydney, vice-president of programs and planning.
“Catherine’s enthusiasm for the agricultural industry will be an asset to our work at USW,” Sydney said.
Miller joins USW after graduating cum laude from Auburn University in May 2017, receiving a bachelor’s degree in agriculture business and economics. A native of Virginia, she gained experience as a Pathways intern for the USDA at the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), where she developed reports for USDA supported activities in food safety and climate change and worked with the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program. Miller was also an active member of the Agriculture Economics Club at Auburn University and is currently a sustaining member of the National Charity League, having volunteered more than 150 hours.