Mark Miller won a special election in 2022 to become the Midlothian District's representative on the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors, then was elected last November for his first full four-year term.
You can read his official county bio here.
Enjoy getting to know Mark a little better in this Q&A with Chesterfield's Department of Constituent and Media Services:
Camp counselor at Springhouse Country Day Camp. I made $25 for the whole summer.
Read, backpack, play my flute and guitar, watch anything Marvel
Lobster, drawn butter, coleslaw, corn on the cob, and more lobster
Never let desire impede judgment.
“Way of the Peaceful Warrior” by Dan Millman
I have traveled with the Huichol Indians to their Sacred Lands of Wiricuta in central Mexico and spent two weeks with the Ketchua and Secoya in the Ecuadorian Rainforest.
Service to others opens my heart.
Ensure mental health supports for students in our schools. Balance our approach toward development. Ensure that our first responders and teachers have what they need to do their jobs effectively.
Open communication with those I serve to ensure that I am doing everything that I am able to help folks live their lives in a good, healthy, meaningful way.