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  Miller, Carol A.
NameCarol A. Miller
Ojo Sarco, New Mexico , United States
Born Unknown
ContributorThe Oncoming Storm
Last ModifedRBH
May 01, 2016 02:30am
Tags Very Liberal - Anti-Bush Tax Cuts (Pro-Tax Cut Rollback) - Anti-Social Security Privatization - Government Reform - Health Care Reform - Jobs/Industrial Growth - Pro Environment - Pro-Labor - Protectionist -
InfoCarol Miller is a public health leader who has been living in a frontier mountain village in northern New Mexico for more than 30 years with her husband Larry. Their daughter Sarah recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Fort Lewis College in Durango.


Carol has a BA in Art from Wheaton College in Massachusetts and a Masters in Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley. She has a Certificate in Bioethics from Georgetown University and studied Education and Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. Miller was an Emergency Medical Technician in northern New Mexico for thirteen years, learning first hand about the health crisis as it affects individuals, families, and communities.

Government Service

In 1993, Carol served as a Presidential Appointee to the White House Health Care Task Force headed by Hillary Clinton. Carol was also a Presidential Appointee in the Reagan Administration where she worked in the US Public Health Service. Miller has won numerous New Mexico and national awards recognizing her accomplishments in public health. Carol was a VISTA Volunteer in Peñasco from 1979-1980.

National Work

Carol is the founder and current Executive Director of the National Center for Frontier Communities (www.frontierus.org), the only national organization dedicated to improving the lives of the people living in the most isolated and sparsely populated communities in the United States. She is a consultant to the National Rural Health Association and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health.

New Mexico Work

Carol is a founding member and current administrator for the Picuris-Peñasco Community Coalition and its social services project The SPOT for Community Wellness in Peñasco. (SPOT Stands for Strengthening Pride, Optimism, and Trust).

* Commissioner and parciante Acequia de Ojo Sarco.

* Former Commissioner, New Mexico Commission on Higher Education, Appointed 2004 by Governor Bill Richardson.


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Jan 06, 2008 04:00pm General Another [Carol Miller] May Join [NM-3] House Race  Article DFWDem 

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  11/04/2008 NM - District 03 Lost 12.79% (-43.95%)
  06/26/2004 US President - G Convention Lost 0.89% (-35.31%)
  06/01/2004 US President - G Primaries Lost 0.82% (-68.55%)
  11/03/1998 NM District 03 Lost 3.56% (-49.60%)
  05/13/1997 NM District 03 - Special Election Lost 16.78% (-25.95%)
  06/04/1996 NM State Senate 05 - D Primary Lost 12.99% (-30.64%)
  06/26/2004 US Vice President - G Selection Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
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