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Barbara A. Miller

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Network Control Inc

HQ Phone:  (319) 483-1100

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Network Control Inc

2704 5Th Ave Nw

Waverly, Iowa,50677

United States

Company Description

For nearly 20 years Network Control has been a recognized leader in managed services that enable businesses to reduce and better control their voice, data, conferencing and wireless costs while improving the overall communications infrastructure. Companies hav...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

The Center for Education in Law and Democracy


Numerous Law-Related Curriculum and Professional Development Programs

The Social Science Education Consortium Inc


Consultant

Street Law Inc


Affiliations

Simpson College

Trustee


Scholars Unlimited

Board Member


Habitat SWMT

Board Member


Summer Scholars

Board Member


NAHN

Founder


Education

B.A.

American History and Secondary Education

Simpson College


M.A.

American history

Mankato State University


Web References(90 Total References)


Who We Are: The Board of Directors and Staff of the National Affordable Housing Network

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Barbara Miller, Vice President/Treasurer
A co-founder of the Network, Miller has developed a national collaboration of technical and social leaders to empower low-income and disabled persons through self-help housing using the Network's High performance energy standards, which she helped develop in more than a decade of award-winning field research. A volunteer with Habitat for Humanity since 1991, she serves as the local project director for the Southwest Montana affiliate in seven counties. As a founder of the Imagine Butte collaborative, she has a background in economic development, small business development and resource development. She is responsible for attracting nearly $8 million in recent investment resources for Butte's housing future including block grants and low-income mortgage loans for households in need. She has advocated for employment opportunity and small business opportunity for those needing untraditional work options. Miller also serves on the staff as the Executive Director of the Network.


2014 Educating for Citizenship Conference

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Email or call Barbara Miller.


CELD Staff: Miller

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BARBARA MILLER
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Barbara Miller is the Executive Director of the Center for Education in Law and Democracy (CELD). Since founding CELD in 2002, she and her colleagues have provided materials and opportunities that enhance civic learning for both teachers and students. CELD's work emphasizes modeling best practice in civic education as reflected in cutting-edge research. Barbara also has hands-on classroom experience teaching ninth-grade civics as well as coordinating social studies for the Aurora Public Schools. Barbara developed and directed numerous law-related curriculum and professional development programs for the Social Science Education Consortium in Colorado, and served as a consultant to Street Law, Inc. and the Open Society Network to structure civic learning opportunities for teachers and students in Eastern Europe. She received her B.A. in American History and Secondary Education from Simpson College, where she now serves as a Trustee; she earned an M.A. in American history at Mankato State University. Barbara's view of the world was shaped by growing up on a farm in Iowa and attending a one-room school for eight years. She participates actively in the civic life of Denver and Colorado, having served as a citizen member of several boards and advisory committees, including Colorado's Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee and a Denver City Council election reform advisory committee. She enjoys Colorado's outdoor lifestyle, particularly downhill skiing. She is known for scaring out-of-towners by taking them on slopes that exceed their skills.


CELD Staff: Singleton

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Among her publications are A More Perfect Union: Teaching the Constitution in the Middle Grades, Preparing Citizens: Linking Authentic Assessment and Instruction in Civic/Law-Related Education (with Barbara Miller) and C Is for Citizenship: Children's Literature and Civic Understanding.


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BARBARA MILLER
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Barbara Miller is the Executive Director of the Center for Education in Law and Democracy (CELD). Since founding CELD in 2002, she and her colleagues have provided materials and opportunities that enhance civic learning for both teachers and students. CELD's work emphasizes modeling best practice in civic education as reflected in cutting-edge research. Barbara also has hands-on classroom experience teaching ninth-grade civics as well as coordinating social studies for the Aurora Public Schools. Barbara developed and directed numerous law-related curriculum and professional development programs for the Social Science Education Consortium in Colorado, and served as a consultant to Street Law, Inc. and the Open Society Network to structure civic learning opportunities for teachers and students in Eastern Europe. She received her B.A. in American History and Secondary Education from Simpson College, where she now serves as a Trustee; she earned an M.A. in American history at Mankato State University. Barbara's view of the world was shaped by growing up on a farm in Iowa and attending a one-room school for eight years. She participates actively in the civic life of Denver and Colorado, having served as a citizen member of several boards and advisory committees, including Colorado's Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee and a Denver City Council election reform advisory committee. She enjoys Colorado's outdoor lifestyle, particularly downhill skiing. She is known for scaring out-of-towners by taking them on slopes that exceed their skills. Among her publications are A More Perfect Union: Teaching the Constitution in the Middle Grades, Preparing Citizens: Linking Authentic Assessment and Instruction in Civic/Law-Related Education (with Barbara Miller) and C Is for Citizenship: Children's Literature and Civic Understanding.


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