Cassandra Miller

Miller is working to improve nutrition for low-income families around the world as part of Sustain, a Washington, D.C.-based organization that connects food industry specialists and technologists with governments and international groups working to improve the quality of food staples. After earning her degree, Miller joined a project in Mexico to fortify corn masa flour and tortillas with iron to help combat iron deficiencies in the region. She’s also involved with the Food Aid Quality Enhancement Project, which seeks to improve the nutritional value of food distributed through government aid programs.