Alabama House of Representatives, District 54
Jacqueline Gray Miller
Professional experience: Founder, A JFG Production, 2017- present; Alabama marketing manager, The Nature Conservancy, 2014-2018; public information officer, City Council of the City of Birmingham, 2006-2014; television news producer, Channel 13 WVTM-TV; freelance news producer, 2002.
Civic experience: Member, HIV Prevention Community Advisory Board at UAB; junior board member, Alabama Civil Justice Foundation; junior board member, Childcare Resources; volunteer, Children’s Hospital of Birmingham; volunteer, Junior Achievement; volunteer, City of Birmingham Department of Youth Services; volunteer, Salvation Army; volunteer, Southside Ball Association; volunteer, Jefferson County Family Court Adolescent Mentoring Program; volunteer, United Way of Central Alabama.
Education: Master’s in communication management, University of Alabama at Birmingham; bachelor’s in communications, Troy State University.
Main issues: According to Miller’s campaign website, caring for the elderly and disabled is among her top priorities. She wants to make assisted living facilities eligible for the elderly and disabled waiver; make neighborhoods more accessible and improve long-term care and health care services for the elderly. Miller also commits to supporting substantial pay increases to public education employees, expanding pre-K programs and being an advocate for safe schools. In the area of conservation, Miller will seek to preserve Forever Wild, a state funded conservation program, support forest and commercial fishing conservation to help maintain the industries connected to them and create park and conserved land access.
Top Contributors: $8,000, Conservation Alabama Action Fund; $5,000, North Alabama PAC; $2,500, South Point; $2,500, Erin Dunn Snyder; $1,500, herself and Free Enterprise PAC.