The ACS Office of International Activities Staff
Bradley Miller, Director, American Chemical Society (ACS) Office of International Activities, has worked for ACS since 1999 developing programs, products, and services to advance chemical sciences through collaborations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. At ACS, the world’s largest single disciplinary scientific society, he works with ACS committees, technical divisions, local sections and members to create opportunities for chemistry to address global challenges through in-person and web-based scientific network development, research collaborations, and educational exchange. Miller serves on the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO and in 2009 was appointed to co-chair the ACS 2011 International Year of Chemistry Staff Working Group. Brad holds a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona, a master's degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a baccalaureate degree from University of Virginia - Wise, and speaks French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Marketing Manager, Innovation and International Recruitment
Ricardo joined the ACS in August 2012, and is responsible primarily for managing international value, engagement and recruitment initiatives. He works closely with the International Activities and Membership Marketing offices to increase the ACS presence globally. He holds an undergraduate degree in management from the University of Guyana and MBA from the University of the West Indies, Cavehill, Barbados. Ricardo has extensive international marketing and product management experience and has worked in Canada, the Caribbean, South and Central America.
Christopher joined the ACS in October 2014 and serves as Manager for the Office of International Activities. Christopher manages a number of programs that enhance the Society’s international collaborations and partnerships as well as its international education initiatives. Additionally, Christopher works to grow ACS’s civil society and science diplomacy portfolio. Christopher joined ACS from the Global Program’s department at the Society for Neuroscience where he managed the organization’s global activities and partnerships-specifically training programs in Latin America and Europe. His interest in international education started as an American Studies and English instructor in Aachen, Germany prior to relocating to Washington, D.C. Christopher holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs and Political Science from The Florida State University where he also had the opportunity to study in Dresden, Germany. Christopher is fluent in German and has substantial experience working with global constituencies.
Steven joined ACS in January, 2014, and manages various projects related to economic development for the OIA as a Senior Associate. Before joining ACS, Steven spent five years living and working in China, where he most recently cofounded and managed operations at a technology startup in Beijing. He also worked on various consulting projects on topics such as IP, e-learning development, and international standardization during his time there. Steven has a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Delaware, and hopes to use his Chemistry background together with his experience abroad to encourage further success for ACS around the globe.
Lori is a Senior Associate for the Office of International Activities whose responsibilites include science and human rights and program management. She has been with ACS sincce June 2013. Her responsibilities include coordinating webinars as part of the ACS Science and Human Rights webinar series and monitoring cases of chemists and related scientists who have had their rights abridged. She also manages the ACS Pittcon Travel Grant and a variety of other programs. Lori has a background in politics, and has worked for the U.S. House of Representatives and a small lobbying firm. Prior to joining ACS, she served as an election observer in El Salvador. Lori holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Evansville where she had opportunities to study abroad in Spain and intern with the U.S. Congress.