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Katie Miller

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States

Katherine "Katie" Miller is a freelance writer. She has worked as a detective for a police department, a researcher for a think tank, and an advocate for the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." Her writing is bold, informed, and principled.

Miller earned her bachelor's from Yale. She is pursuing a master's in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

For additional writing samples, email her at [email protected]

Portfolio
Journal of Homosexuality
10/22/2013
A Network Evaluation of Attitudes Toward Gays and Lesbians Among U.S. Military Cadets

The U.S. military's ban on open homosexuality has become an increasingly salient issue since its implementation in 1993 and its repeal in 2011. The military is an organization with a unique professional and social organization. Evaluating military attitudes from a network perspective may offer insight into the role of formal and informal leadership in engendering attitudinal change and cultural tolerance around homosexuality.

US News & World Report
01/24/2013
Women Already Serve in Combat

The question isn't whether women should be allowed in combat but how the military should adapt to 21st century warfare which demands the presence—and sacrifice—of women on the battlefield.

Stars and Stripes
03/27/2014
Female GIs have worked hard to be treated as equals

I know that DADT repeal, the lifting of the combat exclusion policy and the push for military criminal justice reform are not decisions that have just happened to women. These are victories that military women have actively shaped and influenced for themselves.

Yaledailynews
03/27/2011
Miller: Student and soldier

Thucydides once wrote: "A nation that makes a great distinction between its scholars and its warriors will have its laws made by cowards and its wars fought by fools." As we consider the return of ROTC to campus, we should keep this sentiment in mind.

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