Miller’s legal career spanned 28 years and included working for Vancouver School District from 1993 to 1997
The Educational Service District (ESD) 112 Board of Directors has selected Nancy Miller as its newest board member. Miller, a retired attorney who previously served as general counsel for Vancouver School District, will represent District 5, which encompasses parts of Vancouver and Evergreen School Districts.
Miller’s distinguished legal career spanned 28 years and included working for Vancouver School District from 1993 to 1997. She later transitioned to practicing law in the area of trust and guardianship administration. She retired in 2017 and owns a private vocational school in Vancouver, the International Air and Hospitality Academy.
“After an extensive interview process, the board selected Nancy to serve in the District 5 Director position,” said ESD 112 Superintendent Tim Merlino. “Her esteemed career, legal expertise, and dedication to the community will serve ESD 112 well.”
Current Board President Darlene Stickel said, “Nancy is a longstanding community leader and will be a great addition to the ESD 112 Board. I look forward to working alongside Nancy as we equalize educational opportunity for students across our region.”
Nancy Miller earned her undergraduate degree from Whitman College and completed her law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School. She and her late husband Arch Miller have two adult daughters, both of whom live in Vancouver. In her free time, Miller enjoys reading, watching sports, and traveling.
ESD board members are volunteers who attend monthly meetings held at the ESD headquarters in Vancouver.
Miller will be sworn in at the next ESD 112 board meeting on Oct. 25 at 3 p.m.
Information provided by Educational Service District 112.
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