Tess Miller is a New Jersey native and a recent graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She designed her own education plan, earning a bachelor of arts in both economics and public health. Tess gained important leadership skills as a volunteer with the National Panhellenic Association, the Philanthropy and Service Chair of Alpha Chi Omega. Since graduating, Tess has relocated to Seattle, Washington, and worked with the Washington State Democrats throughout the US midterm election. Tess’ education plan uniquely informed her worldview, leveraging her analytical strengths and passion for improving the well-being of people and communities. Pairing public health and economics has allowed her to see just how vast the definition of “well-being” is and the importance of highlighting differing views in our society. Tess is especially passionate about women’s health and hopes to continue her career leading with curiosity. Tess is a member of the third cohort of the Doha Debates Ambassador Program.
Doha Debates Ambassador 2023