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Cameron Miller

Assistant Director

Cameron Miller is the Assistant Director of the Fels Institute of Government and the Managing Editor for Re:CAP. In these roles Cameron coordinates the MPA admissions process, oversees the production of content for Re:CAP, coordinates Fels marketing efforts, and provides operational support for student and executive education programming. 

Prior to joining the Fels team, Cameron worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Dean's Office of Rowan University's College of Education while completing his Master's in School Psychology. In that capacity he worked closely with the Assistant Dean for Research and Graduate Education to implement a college-wide grant organzation system, organize COE events, and support the management team of the university-wide Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant. Before working and studying at Rowan, Cameron worked on the national staff of Phi My Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity at their headquarters in Evansville, IN. As Assistant Director of Programs, he led the organization's retreat program, provided support to chapter leaders around the country, and contributed to the planning and execution of numerous national events. 

Cameron is a native of the greater Philadelphia area, having grown up in Montgomery County. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Delware, where he majored in Psychology and Interpersonal Communication. Cameron is a lifelong advocate of music and the arts and outside of work can be found most often at his happy place, the dog park. 

To reach Cameron, please email cammill@upenn.edu.

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Fels Institute of Government
University of Pennsylvania
3814 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: (215) 898-2600
Fax: (215) 746-2829

felsinstitute@sas.upenn.edu