State Rep. Melanie Miller Appointed Vice Chair of House Families and Aging Committee
Updated: Mar 29
Miller Appointed Vice Chair of House Families and Aging Committee, Receives More Committee Assignments
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Melanie Miller (R-City of Ashland) has been appointed by Ohio House Speaker Jason Stephens (R-Kitts Hill) as Vice Chair of the House Families and Aging Committee and as a member of several other committees.
“I’m honored to serve in a leadership role on such an important committee that will impact people of all ages, and all of our families across the 67th district,” said Miller. “Economic development and workforce development are some of my top priorities, and the key to making sure Ashland and Medina County have a bright future.”
Miller’s full list of the Ohio House committee assignments includes:
·Vice Chair, Families and Aging
·Economic and Workforce Development
·Health Provider Services
·Technology and Innovation
“Ohio families are going to benefit with Representative Miller being placed on these committees, and I look forward to seeing their progress as we pass important bills from this body during the 135th General Assembly,” said Speaker Stephens.
Miller currently serves as the Executive Director of the Ashland Pregnancy Care Center, an organization that provides compassionate care and life-affirming options to women in the greater-Ashland County area who are facing unexpected pregnancies.Prior to joining the APCC, she served as the Youth Ministries Director at The Salvation Army Kroc Corps Community Center in Ashland.
State Representative Melanie Miller is currently serving her first term in the Ohio House of Representatives. She represents the 67th House District, which includes all of Ashland County and the western portion of Medina County.