Jeimee Estrada-Miller is currently a diversity, inclusion, and access fellow as well as a doctoral candidate at the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy (USC Price). Estrada-Miller is also an adjunct lecturer at USC Price; a senior fellow at the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading; and both the interim national senior advisor on policy and strategy and the executive director at Educators for Excellence (E4E). Prior to joining E4E, she served as both regional vice president for Los Angeles and vice president of research and policy at Innovate Public Schools, where she led the organization’s local expansion effort and parent organizing efforts, informed by her experience as both a researcher and former high school English and Spanish teacher. She also brings experience as a researcher at the American Institutes for Research; as a legislative and policy advisor at the California Legislative Analyst’s Office; and as a teacher in California universities. Estrada-Miller's has led several policy and research projects on topics such as the California Local Control Funding Formula, state implementation of the federal flexibility provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and implementation of weighted-student funding formulas. As a fiscal and policy analyst, she provided nonpartisan fiscal and policy advice to the legislature, focusing on state accountability, teacher workforce and quality issues, charter schools, school district finance, and education data and technology. Estrada-Miller received her MPP from the University of Southern California.