Nadine MIlham is a Master’s level Limited Licensed Professional Counselor and a Michigan Certification Board of Addictions Professional . She graduated from the University of Utah in Sociology and from the University of Phoenix with a Master's degress in Mental Health Counseling.
Nadine has worked in the field of Sociology and Mental Health Counseling for fifteen years, mostly with children and teens. She has sat on a School Board and also a city council. She had been a foster care parent of a drug-addicted child for 4 years. She has a son with Autism and another son with Juvenile type 1 diabetes. She has been given awards in India and London for her service in these communities by the Women's Economic Forum. She has written and published articles about unpaid work around the world and the value of service and mothers. She has attended the United Nations Conference on the Status of Women for the past 16 years. She has presented in New York and Quito, Ecuador on how the changes in the development of properties will affect women and children. She assists orphanages in Kenya and Uganda. She has also worked at homeless shelter for drug addicted men.