Holly Miller is the Director of the City of Seattle’s Office for Education, which administers a voter-approved 7-year, $232-million tax levy focusing on academic achievement and reduction of the achievement gap. She works closely with the Mayor’s Office and the Seattle Public Schools senior staff.
Previously Ms. Miller was the Executive Director of the New School Foundation, a Seattle-based initiative that creates new year-round, extended-day neighborhood public schools as a unique public-private partnership. She was the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation for the City of Seattle and was the Director of Construction and Land Use for the City of Seattle. She also was the director for the King County, Washington, Department of Planning and Community Development. Ms. Miller began her career as the Chief of Staff for Commissioner of Natural Resources, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, then to Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Solar Application, U.S. Department of Energy.