CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST
Traci is a 1989 Furman graduate. She majored in psychology and participated in Furman Singers and study abroad. Traci earned an M.Ed. in School Counseling from Vanderbilt University in 1991 and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the George Washington University in 2002.
Traci has worked with children and adolescents in hospitals, schools, and community settings. Since 2006, she has been in private practice in Alexandria, Virginia. She is a Clinical Professor of Psychology at the George Washington University, where she teaches and supervises doctoral students in testing and diagnostics.
Traci is married to Mett Miller. They are parents to Kate (Colgate ’19), Emily (Wake Forest ’18), Abby (Davidson ’21), and Mike (Furman ’23). Traci and Mett live in Alexandria, where they enjoy playing golf (but not very well), hiking, cycling, kayaking, and hosting friends and family. Traci is a huge fan of the national parks.
Traci participates in leadership and advocacy for nonprofits in the Northern Virginia and D.C. areas, including Children’s National Medical Center Food Allergy Initiatives, Oakwood School, Alexandria Country Day School, Girl Scouts of America, and the Virginia Medical Reserve Corps. Traci and Mett are members of the Parent Council and the Hill Institute Leadership Council at Furman.