Janice Miller has worked for more than 30 years on emergency and long-term housing solutions, with a particular emphasis on people experiencing intimate partner and sexual violence (IPSV). Ms. Miller is an accomplished consultant and trainer, providing both in-person and web-based presentations nationally. She has consulted on policy discussions about increasing housing and health care access for survivors without compromising confidentiality; strategies for local Continuums of Care (CoCs) and local victim service providers to work more collaboratively; creating plain language documents and streamlining systems to increase accessibility in programs; and addressing the trauma of direct service workers in parallel with the vulnerable populations they serve. Ms. Miller is an active research partner on issues of IPSV and housing stability. In 2021 she received an MPH Capstone Award for Outstanding Achievement for her original research showing the undercounting of survivors of intimate partner violence in Maryland’s annual point-in-time count of persons experiencing homelessness.