Director, Too Small to Fail, The Clinton Foundation
Patti Miller is director of Too Small to Fail, a joint initiative of the Clinton Foundation and The Opportunity Institute to improve the health and well-being of American children ages zero to five. Prior to joining the Clinton Foundation, she spent five years as vice president of public policy for Sesame Workshop, producer of Sesame Street. Miller was previously vice president of the Children and the Media Program at Children Now, a child advocacy organization. She has testified before the Senate Commerce Committee, the Senate Appropriations Committee, the House Commerce Committee, and the FCC. Miller has produced national conferences and workshops on various issues related to children and media.