Hanna Miller comes to Impact Justice from Community Oriented Correctional Health Services (COCHS), where she addressed the intersections of public health and public safety through the criminal justice system. While maintaining office operations, Hanna researched health care services in county jails across the U.S. and working to use health services as a tool for diversion and to reduce recidivism. Hanna has also previously served as an advocate and crisis counselor for survivors of sexualized violence, and has worked as a community organizer around issues of reproductive justice. Hanna earned her B.A. in politics and anthropology from Oberlin College.