Elizabeth Miller is a behavior analyst and equity specialist at a special education collaborative in Massachusetts, where she does everything from supporting parents of children with disabilities to teaching sexuality education to teenagers. She is a state-level trainer for the Leading Educational Access Project, and educates throughout the region about neurodiversity, disablism, disproportionality, and creating more just schools. She is a longtime volunteer and former board member for the Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund, and a former volunteer for The Network/La Red, a survivor-led organization working to end partner abuse. She grew up in Indiana, left to get a bachelors degree at Smith College and a Master’s in education from Simmons College. Elizabeth now lives by the ocean in Lynn, Massachusetts, with her partner, a large collection of Baby-Sitters Club books, and a personal karaoke microphone that is never far from her hand.