Jennifer Miles is a doctoral candidate at the Heller School for Social Policy, in the Institute for Behavioral Health at Brandeis University in Massachusetts. Her research focuses on the role of recovery support services in assisting individuals with substance use disorders, and her dissertation research examines the effects of a system of licensed recovery residences in Massachusetts. Prior to her graduate studies, Ms. Miles worked at the Treatment Research Institute in Philadelphia working on substance use treatment research in a variety of settings. Ms. Miles joined the NARR board in 2017, serves on the Data and Metrics Committee, and is a co-author on the SAMHSA-commissioned NARR policy guide on MAT in recovery residences.