Anna S. CohenMiller, PhD, is an award-winning educational leader focused on equity and inclusion in higher education. She is a TEDx and keynote speaker, and internationally renowned qualitative methodologist who has drawn in grant funding of over $1.5 million USD. She specializes in arts-based methods to amplify the voice of historically marginalized communities. Dr. CohenMiller has facilitated positive outcomes in international, interdisciplinary teams, with an emphasis on compassion and transformative learning to build educational and research capacity in developing contexts internationally. She has spearheaded cutting-edge scholarship connecting students, schools, research, and communities along with successful supervision of masters and doctoral students, providing curriculum design and implementation from early childhood education through graduate level. Broadly, Dr. CohenMiller focuses on solving issues of gender equity in education and the workplace and on innovating teaching to facilitate learning across the educational spectrum. For close to eight years, Dr. CohenMiller worked as Assistant and then Associate Professor as one of the founding cohorts of the Graduate School of Education at Nazarbayev University. Dr. CohenMiller is committed to developing international networks to build collaboration to bring awareness and solve complex social problems, emphasizing the development of research method texts to empower early career researchers to conduct socially just research. As such, she has written multiple textbooks for Routledge including an under-contract qualitative social justice research book as a follow-up to Questions in Qualitative Social Justice Research in Multicultural Contexts (with N. Boivin), created videos for Sage Research Methods, and developed various interdisciplinary, international initiatives such as The Motherscholar Project (Founding Director), Photovoice: Motherscholars during quarantine, The Consortium of Gender Scholars (Co-Founding Director), and Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy (Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief). [contact-form-7 id=”173″ title=”Contact Form”]