I'm a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist focused on carnivores and the socio-ecological drivers of human-wildlife conflict and coexistence. I draw on an interdisciplinary toolkit rooted in the natural and social sciences, including ecological field data, economic data and social surveys. I collaborate with researchers and stakeholders across the world to compare similar ecological processes across a variety of systems.
I work with Defenders of Wildlife as their Senior Scientist based in the Center for Conservation Innovation. In this role I ensure that Defenders' advocacy, litigation and on-the-ground conservation work is grounded in rigorous science.
More info on my background is available in my CV.
Jennie Miller, PhD
Defenders of Wildlife
Washington DC, USA
jmiller [at] defenders.org