Dr. Paula Miller is a Health Educator with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. In this position she manages the database of treatment for suspicious and positive clinical investigations for medical diseases. These investigations include hospital, clinic, and outpatient cases. Also, she is a team member for the COVID-19 data management. Currently, she is a Research Affiliate with the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology with the University of Phoenix. She has been an oncology program manager for Southern California Medical Centers. In addition, she is a Certified Health Education Specialist and has received the Antronette Yancey Physical Activity/Fitness Award from the Southern California Public Health Association. Further, Dr. Miller has been a reviewer and evaluator of courses for Blackboard, an educational technology company for online education. She has published many articles which include: Walk to Health: The Transtheoretical Model for Behavior Change Applied to Exercise as well as Improving Learning Outcomes for Higher Education Through Smart Technology. In 2020, she developed the book named: A Conceptual Framework for SMART Applications in Higher Education. Currently, she develops educational programs, teaches courses, and promotes the standards of health education for developing a healthy lifestyle.