|Assistant Director of Leadership Development|
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Whitney Miller-Nichols joined the AASB staff in 2016. She is responsible for creating and managing online training for school board members, developing and delivering whole board training, administering the Poverty Simulation program and providing support for other leadership and development initiatives.
Prior to joining AASB, Whitney taught English language arts in Alabama public secondary schools for more than five years. While earning her master's degree, she served as the graduate teaching assistant for the University of Alabama Early College program, which gives high school students the opportunity to earn college credit online while still enrolled in high school. She also worked in commercial real estate in Birmingham between her undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Whitney has a bachelor's degree in communications and a master's degree in secondary English language arts education, both from the University of Alabama. She is a 2005 Blackburn Fellow.
Whitney and her husband have one daughter and one son.