Diane Y. Miller is the Chief Program Officerat the Detroit Zoological Society (DZS), where she administers all educational and interpretive programming and content. She has spent the last two decades in leadership roles designing and implementing programs, working with formal and informal educators, parents, and community organizations to boost student achievement in STEM disciplines. Before joining the DZS, she was Chief School and Community Partnerships Officer at the Saint Louis Science Center where she worked for 17 years and was the architect of an educational science program for youth known as YES (Youth Exploring Science). The program received the 2005 Association of Science and Technology Centers Leading Edge award. The Noyce Foundation selected her from among science center and children’s museum executives worldwide as a Leadership Fellow. Miller received her Bachelor of Arts from California State University Chico.