Dr. Miller received her Bachelor’s in U.S. and World History with a minor in Education from Christian Brother’s University. She earned her Master’s in Special Education, an Education Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and her Doctorate in PK-12
Educational Leadership from Union University. Dr. Miller has been in the field of Education for over twenty (20) years. She spent thirteen (13) years as a special education teacher for Shelby County Schools and six (6) years as a special education teacher for Bartlett City Schools. Last year she served as the Title One Instructional Facilitator for Bartlett Elementary School. Additionally, she has ten (10) years of experience teaching future leaders as an adjunct instructor for the University of Tennessee at Martin.
During her career as both a teacher and as a facilitator, Dr. Miller has served in various leadership roles throughout her tenure at Bartlett Elementary School including professional learning community (PLC) coach, assessment coach, and school improvement plan (SIP) committee chair. As the Bartlett Elementary Instructional Facilitator, she has worked to create meaningful professional development opportunities for the teachers and has strived to ensure that all students have access to high quality, research-based interventions and instruction.
Dr. Miller is married and has three children who have all been little panthers. She is proud to be able to continue to call Bartlett Elementary her home in her new role as Assistant Principal.