American Psychiatric Foundation
Clare Miller joined the APF in 2003 as the director for the Partnership for Workplace Mental Health. The Partnership is a program of the American Psychiatric Foundation, a subsidiary of the American Psychiatric Association. The Partnership collaborates with employers to advance effective approaches to mental health. It promotes the business case for investing in quality mental healthcare, including early recognition, access to care and effective treatment which allows people to live healthy and productive lives. Under her leadership, the Partnership has grown to a network of more than 5,000 employers and related health purchasing stakeholders; the program now responds to more than 100 employer inquiries per month.
Before joining the Partnership, Clare was manager of the Center for Prevention and Health Services at the National Business Group on Health. Prior to that, she was the director of public policy for Mental Health America.
Clare serves on several advisory boards, including the Center for Dignity, Social Inclusion and Stigma Elimination; Wellness Works of Mental Health America of California; and the Wisconsin Partnership Program of the Mental Health Association of Wisconsin. She is a member of the US Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Workplace Committee and the National Business Coalition on Health’s Leadership Council. Clare received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Salisbury University in Philosophy and English.