Brandon Miller brings a depth of learned knowledge and lived experience to reentry-, community reintegration-, and recidivism-related issues. His research includes examining family and support networks’ saliency during the reentry and reintegration process for returning citizens, examining public perception of formerly incarcerated individuals in San Jose, California, as well as examining social influences on juvenile recidivism.
Brandon possesses practical experience in program evaluations and working with diverse populations of returning citizens to address underlying issues with substance use disorder, anger management, housing insecurities, mental health problems, and job procurement. He holds an M.S. in justice studies from San Jose State University.