Crazy Season


We're entering the unfortunate “crazy season” of campaigns. Even Shonda Rhimes couldn’t write more outlandish storylines. In the midst of it all, Jacqueline Gray Miller, is the voice of reason.

Each day, she’s talking with and listening to neighbors and leaders alike. Jacqueline models collaborative leadership to find solutions to pressing issues that we face. High poverty rates, declining neighborhoods, and increased crime plague District 54. Jacqueline has the personal and professional maturity to tackle these issues head on.

Not one for titles yet Servant Leader is appropriate when referring to her. She builds real relationships across socioeconomic status. Her priority is being an advocate.

Astute, Jacqueline is the candidate ready to do the job of legislator on day one. She’s dedicated to enriching the lives of her neighbors and gives a voice to those silenced. Prepared, she has extensive experience in media, politics, education, and conservation. She can make a real difference in District 54, at the State House, and in Alabama.


Bottomline, let’s elect an experienced, compassionate leader.



About Jacqueline Gray Miller

Jacqueline is a Montgomery native who fell in love with the potential of the City of Birmingham and Jefferson County.

The former Alabama Marketing Manager for The Nature Conservancy, she has worked with state, regional, national, and international teams to leverage successes to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Before her enthusiasm for nature took root, she served as Public Information Officer for the Birmingham City Council for over eight years. She was appointed for two consecutive terms to manage the flow of information from the legislative body to over 200,000 residents.  

Prior to her transition to government, Jacqueline produced television news. She received an award for her contributions to the Best Regularly Scheduled Newscast at WVTM-NBC13, and she received the first-ever award for best college news producer from the Alabama Associated Press.


Exploring the practical and theoretical applications in the professional communication fields, she has earned a Master's Degree in Communications Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Troy State University.    
Jacqueline is an experienced Adjunct Professor practiced at teaching classes aimed at students concentrating in journalism.  Students at Alabama State University and Miles College have benefited from her personable creative professional.  

Jacqueline is an active member of the HIV Prevention Community Advisory Board at UAB.  She co-led a women’s resource group for the world's largest conservation organization, The Nature Conservancy.  She has served on the Junior Boards of the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation and Childcare Resources. Volunteered through Children's Hospital of Birmingham, Junior Achievement, the City of Birmingham Department of Youth Services, Salvation Army, Southside Ball Association, The Jefferson County Family Court Adolescent Mentoring Program, and the United Way of Central Alabama.

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