Dr. Kimberly Mills has been involved with several major national and international policy efforts. These include helping to rewrite the Juvenile Justice Court Code for the state of Georgia, helping to rewrite the Georgia Special Education regulations and helping to develop a national policy surrounding the treatment of youth with disabilities who are involved in the justice system.
Dr. Mills has been involved in efforts to help foreign countries develop special education policies for college aged students.
Additionally, Dr. Mills is the Programme Effectiveness Committee chairperson for an international policy group that aims to improve the standards by which non-profits operate by implementing a system of standards and accountability systems to help track outcomes against stated objectives.
If there is a policy initiative in which you would like Dr. Mills' help and expertise, please contact us for more information on how Dr. Mills can be of service to your organization or agency.