Tera Miller, MBA, RDN, LRD
Tera Miller joined the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors in 2015 as the State Engagement Coordinator for the Diabetes practice area. In this role, Tera supports State Health Departments in diabetes prevention and control work funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Primarily, she supports State Engagement Meetings and Communities of Practice by developing facilitation and planning materials, coordinating with state and national partners, preparing action plans and other written reports, and identifying efficient team processes.
Prior to joining NACDD, Tera was the Director of the Diabetes Program for the North Dakota Department of Health, where she developed work plans, managed budgeting, and evaluated programming. Tera has worked at several levels of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, including as a lifestyle coach facilitator.
Tera joined the North Dakota Air National Guard in 2001 and currently serves as a Deputy Airfield Manager. She supervises airfield staff, ensures airfield safety, and communicates airfield and flight activity.
Tera earned a BS in Dietetics and an MBA from North Dakota State University. In her personal time, she enjoys cooking, exercising, and spending time with family and friends.