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Cynthia L. Miller

Commissioner Cynthia Miller, City of District Heights, Ward 1 has been an elected official since 2014. Commissioner Miller is the Liaison for General Government and has 35 years of combined experience working in the federal, non-profit, private and public sectors and has lived in District Heights for 23 years.

Commissioner Cynthia L. Miller

Qualifications

Served as a Management Analyst, with the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness; a federal agency that partners with 19 other federal agencies, governors and mayors of 49 states, the District of Columbia, and the 3 U.S. territories to end homelessness for veterans and families. She worked closely with the White House, Congressional staff, advocacy and stakeholder groups on innovative programs such as Housing First, Homes for Veterans, and National Strategic Plan to End Homelessness. Also, worked as the Director and Assistant Director of Membership for the Federal Managers Association for 14 years where she provided leadership for Conference Management, Marketing, Membership and Recruitment.

Achievements

Commissioner Miller is a 2015 Fellow Graduate with the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance with the University of Maryland, Maryland Municipal League. Memberships include Women in Municipal Government and Prince George’s Women in Government, Prince George’s County Municipal Association, National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, and the National League of Cities, National Council of Negro Women Prince George’s Chapter, and AARP Chapter 939.

Current Position

Currently serving on Boards that include Census 2020 Prince George’s Complete Count Committee; Dementia Friendly America Team Member, 2016-present; Former President of the Prince George’s Municipal Association, 2018-2019; Maryland Municipal League Former District Vice-President, District 9, 2018-2019; District Heights 80th Anniversary Chair, 2016. Continue to serve on the Committees for the Family and Youth Service Bureau, Youth Development Foundation, and Senior Center Project for District Heights.