Miyah Sundermeyer is a research and project assistant for the Center for Leadership in Disability at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.
Prior to her work at Georgia State, Sundermeyer received her associate in science degree at Georgia Perimeter College, where she did most of her work concentrating in psychology in 2010. During that same year, she transferred her credits to Georgia State University to continue her education in psychology which has been off and on.
In 2014, Miyah was offered a position with the Center for Leadership in Disability as a temporary staff member. During that time, she assisted in The Autism Plan for Georgia by mapping autism resources. She also served as a member of the planning committee for the annual statewide autism conference. In mid-2015, Sundermeyer was offered permanent staff position where she began to expand her horizons in the research world. Outside of work and school, Sundermeyer has a series of blogs and vlogs called “Hello World with Miyah Sundermeyer.” She also enjoys going to Dragon Con and believes in the importance of self-advocacy and equal opportunities.