Law Enforcement | Health Care
Following in her father’s footsteps, Linda Miller worked as a police officer for 22 years, servicing her community and helping to protect and care for the well-being of others. She is particularly proud of her efforts to educate the next generation of law enforcement, which included explaining how she was treated as a female on the force and teaching the importance of treating one another with respect regardless of gender. During this time, she also pursued her interest in fitness and taught aerobics to fellow staff members. It was a natural progression, therefore, for Ms. Miller to turn to serving her community in a different way, through health and nutrition, upon retiring from the force.
Since that retirement, Ms. Miller has thrived as the co-founder of IDLIFE, a company that offers a unique approach to optimizing health. Their products, supplements customized to meet people’s personal needs, include meal replacement shakes, appetite suppressant chews, energy drinks, metabolism boosters, and more. The company also offers children’s shakes, which are available in vanilla, and is working on producing nutrition bars specifically designed for men, women, and children, and a skincare line for men and women. IDLIFE has proven to help people increase their energy, lose weight, and ultimately achieve better health. Everything they produce is made with the highest quality ingredients, without unnecessary fillers or additives.
Law Enforcement | Psychology
For more than 30 years, Dr. Ellen M. Scrivner has distinguished herself as an expert in public safety, police psychology, and law enforcement. She is currently using her extensive background to serve as an executive fellow at the Police Foundation in Washington, where she has been since 2012. The post allows her to advise police departments and other law enforcement agencies on topics like crisis intervention and changing leadership models.
Prior to this, Dr. Scrivner held numerous positions in law enforcement. She began as a police psychologist at both the Fairfax County Police Department in Virginia and the Prince George County Police Department in Maryland. She moved on to become president of Public Safety Innovations in Washington, and deputy superintendent of the Bureau of Administrative Services at the Chicago Police Department. Other prestigious titles include national director of the high intensity drug traffic program at the Office of National Drug Control Policy, director of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice Leadership Academy, senior adviser at the FBI Office of Law Enforcement Coordination, and deputy director of the COPS Office of the U.S. Department of Justice. She was also a presidential appointee to the National Institute of Justice at the U.S. Department of Justice Administration. Notably, she received an invitation to testify for the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing in 2015.