Ms. Miller received her J.D. from the University of Florida College of Law. Ms. Miller joined JALA after four years in private practice. Ms. Miller is active with the Jacksonville Housing Roundtable, and is serving on the infrastructure foundation team for Blueprint for Prosperity, a project of the City of Jacksonville, the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Worksource. Statewide, Ms. Miller is on the Affordable Housing Committee of the Real Estate Section of the Florida Bar and the Florida Bar Foundation's Statewide Affordable Housing Project Design Team. Ms. Miller served on the Board of Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services for six years and during the two years she was president , SNHS saved seven houses from demolition and rehabilitated them for sale to low-income residents. Ms. Miller chaired the Florida Legal Services Community Economic Development Workgroup from June 1993 to February 1996, and also served on the Mayor's Economic Development Trust Fund Advisory Committee for the Northwest Quadrant of Jacksonville from June 1991 to October 1994. Ms. Miller began representing community groups producing affordable housing in 1989, and in 1997, Ms. Miller began a program in which volunteer transactional attorneys represent client groups on a project by project basis. Since 1998, JALA has received Community Development Block Grant funds for Ms. Miller to represent neighborhood associations primarily composed of residents with low-incomes. Ms. Miller practices in JALA's main office in downtown Jacksonville.