Cody Miller is the Central Florida invasive species coordinator for The Nature Conservancy. She holds a B.S. in conservation biology from the University of Toledo. Cody started her career as a Student Conservation Association (SCA) intern at Yellowstone National Park and beyond that has worked as a park ranger for Idaho Parks and Recreation and was the Florida Keys Invasive Species Coordinator for the Institute for Regional Conservation. While in the Keys, Cody was an active member of the Florida Keys Invasive Exotic Task Force and since moving to central Florida has taken on the task of co-chairing the Osceola CISMA.