Jennifer Roth Miller is a graduate research associate and doctoral candidate in the Texts and Technology Doctoral Program at the University of Central Florida. Jennifer’s research interests seek to better understand digital citizenship by exploring the convergence of communication, technology, philanthropy, and education in socially constructing collective views on issues such as technology, lifestyle, health, community, and social justice. Jennifer’s current projects involve digital privacy and domestic violence, cancer awareness and digital activism, tragedy response, Holocaust remembrance, and social media’s relationship to access and pedagogy. Jennifer is a HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) Scholar. Her work has been published in Xchanges and Enculturation: A Journal of Writing, Rhetoric, and Culture. Additionally, she is a co-author of two accepted book chapters in edited collections currently under review; one being published by WAC Clearinghouse and the other by Routledge. Last, Jennifer is also a co-author of a chapter and digital Twine game for social justice in forthcoming edited webtext collections; the chapter being published by Computers & Composition Digital Press and the Twine game by HASTAC.