Director of Policy and Partnerships, Center for Environmental Health
Ansje Miller is the Director of Policy and Partnerships for the Center for Environmental Health. In that role, she represents CEH with elected officials, regulators, and business leaders as well as directs the activities in the Eastern States office. For over 20 years, Ms. Miller has led both state and national advocacy coalitions and has led successful legislative and regulatory campaigns to promote environmental health leading to the reduction of exposures from toxic chemicals and efforts to mitigate climate change and promote renewable energy. Her organizing efforts, research reports, and popular articles have also led to the creation of numerous policies on toxics and global warming including California’s landmark global warming law AB32, the Green Chemistry Initiative, and won critical health protections in the 2016 update to the Toxic Substances Control Act. Ansje has served on the board of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project (RHTP), Healthy Babies Bright Futures and on the steering committee of Safer Chemicals Healthy Families. Ansje is the policy co-chair of the BizNGO Working Group on Safer Chemicals as well as for the Cancer Free Economy Network. Prior to her work at CEH Ansje founded and directed the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative, a coalition that brought together the nation’s leading environmental justice, faith- based, and policy organizations to advocate socially just policies on climate change.