Revonn Miller announces intention to run for Clerk of Courts

Published 5:37 pm Friday, April 15, 2016

Revonn Miller has announced her plan to run for Decatur County Clerk of Courts.

Miller has been a Decatur County resident for 23 years.

“I love this community and have served the state of Georgia equally as long,” Miller said. “I would like to transfer the skills I have learned through my education and work experience by serving as your next Clerk of Superior Court. I would like to see changes with some processes, with initial change being the restructure of the juror payment system. I would like to design and implement a comprehensive plan for employee succession.”

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Miller said a part of that plan would include partnering with Bainbridge State College to recruit the best possible future employees who will provide quality service, performed with integrity and excellence, to customers.

“I am a big proponent of education, and I believe through partnering with our community oriented groups to provide various workshops, the general public may avail itself from knowledge gained about our court processes to make better informed decisions,” Miller said.

Miller is currently furthering her education to obtain a Master’s Degree in Clinical Rehabilitative and Mental Health Counseling. She will graduate in spring 2017. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. She currently works part time as a counselor and GED Instructor at the Decatur County Correctional Institution. She previously worked as a counselor with the DRC Lite Program in the Pataula Judicial Circuit. There she provided substance abuse programming to offenders with drug abuse problems. She facilitated Motivation for Change, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT®) and the Matrix Model (SAMSHA) Early Recovery Skills and Relapse Prevention.

She had a long career with the GA Department of Corrections, having over 20 years’ experience in the corrections field as a probation officer. She is a POST certified instructor and enjoyed teaching at the basic training classes for new probation officers. She has over 10 years’ managerial experience, having supervised staff at the Bainbridge and Cairo Probation Offices.

She is married to James Miller. They have four children and five handsome grandsons and currently reside in Climax, Georgia, with their beloved rat terrier, Skeeter Miller.