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ECHO appoints new leader for Regional Impact Center

ECHO, a worldwide leader in sustainable agriculture and global food security, announces the return of Grace Miller as director of its North America Regional Impact Center.

Miller, a former ECHO board member and seed bank director, returns to the nonprofit after spending five years as dean of science, education and social sciences at Taylor University in Indiana. She has also worked as a professor of biology and sustainable tropical agriculture for several colleges and universities in the U.S., Caribbean and South America.

Miller’s research expertise focuses on the antibacterial and nutritional qualities of moringa, a plant that is considered a superfood and is used in purifying water and feeding programs in underdeveloped countries.

“We are excited to have Grace back at ECHO leading our North America Regional Impact Center,” said ECHO CEO Abram Bicksler. “Her knowledge and experience in sustainable agriculture and what we do here at ECHO is outstanding. We look forward to her bringing us to new heights.”

Miller is married and has two children. In addition to her work with sustainable agriculture she and her family served at an orphanage in Morocco for two years.

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