A long-time Cuyahoga County resident, Dale Miller supports honest and efficient government. Through his role in the Council, he intends to create positive conditions for job creation, improve human services with a preventive focus, strengthen the skills of our workforce, and build hope for a better future.
Miller is a 1967 graduate of Garfield Heights High School who went on to achieve a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Case Western Reserve University, and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Utah. He also participated in Leadership Cleveland in 1983.
Before entering politics, Miller worked as a program evaluator at a health center in North Platte, Nebraska, and a psychologist with the Community Guidance Center in Cleveland. He was elected to Cleveland City Council, and then served as a State Representative and most recently as a State Senator.
Miller helped pass legislation for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center, and Cleveland stadiums. He actively supported creation of Third Frontier high-technology jobs program, and was an early supporter of Cuyahoga County Land Bank. He also sponsored legislation to enable more senior citizens to receive home and community-based care.
Miller will celebrate 35 years of marriage with Carol in 2020.
Mr. Miller is chair of the Finance & Budgeting Committee.