Denise M. Miller of Glendale has been appointed to the California Occupational Therapy License Board by Gov. Brown. Miller has been the director of The Live Well Senior Program at Glendale Adventist Medical Center since 2011. She has served in various positions at GAMC including manager of Physician Relations and coordinator of Occupational and Hand Therapy from 2001 to 2011. She was an ergonomic consultant from 1998 to 2002 and traveled worldwide to work with industries to help reduce repetitive motion disorders and back injuries with their employees.
Miller is a noted author with various chapters in ergonomic books and a contributing column writer in health publications on the topics of health, wellness, injury prevention, ergonomics and job analysis.
Miller is involved in giving back to the Glendale community. She currently serves as the chair of the Commissioner on the Status of Women. She is also on the board of the Glendale Police Foundation and the 2012 Woman of the Year honoree by the Glendale Latino Association.