Julie Miller, MSW, is a Research Associate at the MIT AgeLab and a Lecturer at Northeastern University. Leading up to her current doctoral studies, she received her Masters in Social Work with a concentration in gerontology from The University of California, Berkeley, and her Bachelors of Science from Northeastern University. Julie’s research contributes to forecasting the impact of demographic change in homes, workplaces, educational settings, and community spaces. She is particularly interested in the aging of the Millennial generation.
Julie’s background in gerontological social work and mixed media production aid in her current research projects. She has served in the following capacities with older adults and their families: medical social work at Stanford Medical Center, clinical research-based yoga instructor at Kaiser Division of Research, and research assistant at The University of Connecticut Center on Aging. Julie is the director and producer of "Vibrant Aging" and "Vibrant Aging: Despite Everything," both nationally-screened films spurring new conversation about aging in America.