Kali A. Miller is a Research Safety Specialist for shared facilities in the Department of Environmental Health & Safety at Stanford University. Kali received her Ph.D. and B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign under the supervision of Professors Paul Braun and Steven Zimmerman, where her work focused on rational design of molecular therapeutics and the synthesis and kinetic processes of designed polymers. Before joining Stanford, Dr. Miller worked at the American Chemical Society in their Publications Division to launch the ACS Center for Laboratory Safety and the journal ACS Chemical Health & Safety. She led a variety of society-wide safety initiatives and oversaw an industrial and chemical safety portfolio of three scientific journals. Previously, Kali also worked as a lab manager at the Beckman Institute to support research in interdisciplinary lab spaces and participated in the Illinois Joint Safety Team, founding a National ACS workshop on student laboratory safety teams.