Miller is a retired Norman Public School principal, small-business owner and community leader and has been a resident of the ward for more than 25 years.
“I have a strong commitment to east Norman and its residents,” Miller said. “Ward 5 covers a unique part of Norman geographically and environmentally. It has unique issues and it deserves strong representation on the city council.
“I’ve decided it is my time to serve, and I believe my background experiences as a public servant and community volunteer will help me be successful.”
Miller is a life-long resident of Norman.
“I grew up here, my children grew up here and now I am blessed to have grandchildren growing up here.”
She has served in a number of community organizations. She is a charter member of the Sooner Rotary Club. She also serves on the OEC Foundation Board, the Norman Area Land Conservancy Board and formerly on the Pioneer Library System Board. She is an elder at the First Presbyterian Church in Norman.
“I have no personal agenda,” Miller said. “I simply believe that serving on the city council is a really important job. I have the time to serve and the commitment to be a strong representative.”