Sarah Deardorff Miller consults on issues of forced migration with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks and academic institutions. She has recently carried out evaluations and research for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the World Bank, and also adjunct teaches for Columbia University, American University and the University of London. She has published various books and articles on forced displacement, including a recent book on Syrian displacement and another on the role of the UNHCR in protracted refugee situations. She has worked with refugee-focused NGOs in Tanzania, Thailand, Switzerland and the United States, working on everything from local integration to resettlement case management. She has also conducted research on refugee-related projects in the Middle East (Jordan, Lebanon and Syria), Asia (Thailand and Burma), and Africa (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda). She holds a Ph.D. in international relations from Oxford University (St. Antony’s College), as well as an M.Sc. in forced migration from Oxford, an M.A. in social sciences from the University of Chicago, and a B.A. in history, Spanish and international service from Valparaiso University. She currently lives in the New York area with her husband and two children.