Meredith Miller, M.S.
Senior Program Coordinator, Watershed Services
Meredith Miller joined the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment in 2007 as a graduate student and has worked in several capacities ranging from water conservation research to international watershed management. Her research activities involve instream flows, endangered species habitat studies, water conservation/efficiencies research and watershed protection/restoration efforts. Ms. Miller contributes to several water management and conservation projects, including a comprehensive bi-national management plan for the Rio Grande River basin, in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme, the Global Environment Facility, US Environmental Protection Agency, and The Mexican Federal Government, as well as the UNEP and GEF funded Gulf of Mexico Large Marine Ecosystem Project. She received her BSA from the University of Georgia in Agricultural & Applied Economics in 2004 and her MS in Biology (Aquatic Resources) from Texas State University-San Marcos in 2008. She is currently the Senior Program Coordinator for the Meadows Center. She serves as an International Project Advisor for the International Watershed Studies Program and oversees the Texas Stream Team, the state-wide water quality citizen science program. Her previous positions include coordinating research at the Warnell School of Forest Resources and the Anthropology Coastal Resources Lab at the University of Georgia.