Zachary Miller earned his Ph.D. in Biological Sciences at the University of Missouri (MU) where he worked with Drs. Lauren Sullivan and Candace Galen to develop new tools for studying pollinators, investigate how climate change affects plant-pollinator relationships, and shed new light on how decision-makers and experts think about resilience in rural Missouri. Miller is passionate about science outreach and education. He worked on an NIH SEPA grant with MU’s Linking Science & Literacy for All Learners to develop and implement middle school science curricula, and he served on the executive team of Science on Wheels, an MU-based science outreach organization. Prior to MU, Miller served as a Sustainable Agriculture Extensionist in the United States Peace Corps in Paraguay and earned a B.A. in Environmental Studies at Truman State University.