Leah Miller joined the Weitzman Institute as a Program Specialist in November of 2019. Here she works closely with the Weitzman ECHO team and faculty members on the Hepatitis C and HIV, Complex Care Management and the Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy ECHOs. As Program Specialist, Leah oversees the day to day management and start-up of each of her assigned ECHOs and is involved in running and managing the sessions in the studio the day of. She graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Psychological Sciences and a concentration in biology. During her undergraduate career she has served on numerous executive boards in leadership positions including serving as the President of the University of Connecticut’s branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and founding member of the President’s Council on Race and Diversity. Serving on these organizations in conjunction with her studies has sparked her interest in improving healthcare disparities that affect people of color. Her goal is to work with programs that will ultimately improve the healthcare disparities that these communities face. Leah is currently enrolled in an online Master of Healthcare Administration program at Colorado State University.