Melissa Elena Stites Miller
Great-granddaughter of Victoria D. de Sanchez
Hispanic Youth Foundation of Northern Virginia, Member since 2015
Country of origin (or family’s country or origin):
George Washington University
B.S. Public Health, 2009
Johns Hopkins University
I am a public health professional turned product development professional with several years of experience in both corporate and clinical health and wellness delivery settings. Currently I am working as a product manager in the health technology space, specifically working to develop sophisticated internet based health behavior change solutions.
My health background and my passion for technology and design has allowed me to transition seamlessly between various new opportunities at Envolve PeopleCare, ultimately landing on our product team as a product manager. In working at the same organization for the past four years I have had the opportunity to grow from an entry-level employee into a leader in our evolving and growing company.
Junior League of Washington. D.C., Active Member
Hispanic Youth Foundation of Northern Virginia, Board Member
Sibley Memorial Hospital, Young Professional Board Member
Why am I involved with the HYF of Northern Virginia?
The foundation’s annual Teacher of the Year Award is given in honor of my great-grandmother, Victoria D. de Sanchez.