Dr. Derek B. Miller is a Design Fellow at SPA Center for Public Policy and Service Design. He is the Director of The Policy Lab®, established in Boston 2011. He is also Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University and Research Associate at the Centre for Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland. Miller earned his Ph.D summa cum laude at The Graduate Institute in Geneva, with post-graduate work with Rom Harré at Linacre College, Oxford. He earned his MA in national security studies from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown and BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Miller worked as Senior Researcher and Project Manager at the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) for almost a decade on both small arms and light weapons matters and evidence-based policy design. Miller is also a critically-acclaimed novelist and the author of Norwegian by Night, The Girl in Green, American by Day, the science fiction epic Radio Life, the Audible Original novel Quiet Time, and the forthcoming How to Find Your Way in the Dark. Miller and his family currently reside in Oslo, Norway.