Ezera Miller-Walfish

Integration Programs Associate

As integration programs associate for the National Immigration Forum, Ezera Miller-Walfish provides program support for New American Workforce, a citizenship and English language training initiative, and the newly expanded Skills and Opportunity for the New American Workforce, which works to bring contextualized English language training to the retail sector.

Before joining the Forum in August 2016, Ezera worked as a family advocate and support services coordinator at Mary House, a transitional housing program for immigrants and refugees.

Originally from San Jose, New Mexico, Ezera graduated from Middlebury College with a B.A. in International and Global Studies with a concentration in Spanish, Latin America and Political Science.