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Bryan Miller recently stepped down as executive chairman of the Zell Miller Foundation, a public charity he started in 2016 to build on his grandfather’s legacy with a focus on education, leadership, and public service.
Since 2020 alone, the foundation has helped 127 HOPE Scholars attend college tuition free. 62% of those were Black, 11% were Asian, and 10% were Hispanic. 75% had household incomes below the median average in Georgia and 42% were the first in their families to attend college. Miller also established the foundation’s Leadership Institute, which brings together Democrats and Republicans from across Georgia to discuss critical issues affecting our state.
Miller grew up in Young Harris and graduated from Towns County High School. He holds a J.D. from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University and a B.S. in Business and Public Policy from Young Harris College. He currently resides in Watkinsville with his wife and son.