The Hon. Brittney Miller
Nevada Assemblywoman & Honorary Co-Chair
Assemblywoman Brittney Miller was born in Detroit, Michigan her Black/African-American father and Lebanese mother. Her father, a Vietnam War Veteran who served in the U.S. Marine Corp, was a Detroit Police Sergeant. Her mother, a civilian employee for the U.S. Army Tank Arsenal, later became a Registered Nurse. Brittney spent years successfully developing and managing programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Labor, State of Michigan Department of Education, Department of Justice, and Department of Health and Human Services. She has a strong record of creating and administering these programs in public schools, workforce development, and prisoner reentry. Her experience is further enhanced as a result of her time in the banking industry. She is currently a licensed middle school teacher in the Clark County School District with 11 years of classroom experience. Brittney Miller has earned a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice, a Master’s in Public Administration, and a Masters in Teaching.
First elected to the Nevada State Legislature in 2016, Assemblywoman Miller is currently serving her third term in the State Assembly, representing District 5. She is a passionate advocate for education, criminal justice reform, Veterans, social justice, a diversified economy, and accountable government.