Maryam Mohammed-Miller is a community development and government relations professional with over ten years of experience in advocacy and fighting for marginalized communities. Born and raised in the Bronx, NY to Nigerian & Ghanian parents, Maryam has committed herself to advocacy work that grows resources for women and families throughout New York City.
Additionally, Maryam is leading advocacy campaigns to highlight issues impacting Black women, marginalized genders, and their families including Reproductive Justice and economic equity. She holds a bachelor’s degree in History and International Studies from the City College of New York and recently graduated with her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Baruch College.
Most recently, Maryam was the Advocacy Manager for the Vera Institute of Justice’s Initiative to End Girls’ Incarceration where she worked on state and national advocacy campaigns aimed at disrupting pathways to incarceration for girls and gender expansive youth.
Maryam currently works at Planned Parenthood of Greater New York as the Director of Government Relations where she works to drive policy aimed at protecting reproductive freedom in New York State.