Brittney’s passion for equality began at an early age. She was born in Detroit, Michigan to a Black/African-American father and Lebanese-American mother. At the young age of three, her parents began discussing race and gender equality with her in order to prepare her for the world ahead.  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. Her parents instilled and cultivated the principles of becoming a contributing member of society and giving back to the community.

Brittney Miller has spent the past twenty years preparing for public office. She is results driven with an extensive professional background in both the public and corporate sectors.  As a respected leader in the complex Metropolitan Detroit area, she spent years successfully developing and managing programs funded by and in conjunction with 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.  Her experience is further enhanced as a result of her time in the financial industry.  Currently, she is a middle school teacher in the Clark County School District. She has a uniquely diverse professional background, coupled with her passion for public service. Brittney has the necessary knowledge, creativity, and experience to lead. She has lived in this community for over ten years, teaching students directly from her own neighborhood. As your neighbor, she represents you with integrity and priority.


Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan


Masters of Public Administration

Oakland University, Michigan


Masters of Arts in Teaching

Sierra Nevada College, Nevada


K-8 Teaching Licensure

Sierra Nevada College, Nevada