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It is not always easy to see a way through the challenges we face, but solutions come with understanding and education. To The Point, WGTE’s Public Media’s latest current affairs talk show helps make sense of the times we live in. Host, Doni Miller, explores tough issues and asks the toughest questions while celebrating our heroes and the successes that help shape our community.
Every year, close to 1,000 children in northwest Ohio are living in out-of-home care due to child abuse or neglect. Speaking up for them is an army of 200 volunteers. These volunteers are with CASA-Court Appointed Special Advocates. Doni discusses this program with Executive Director, Judy Leb and volunteer, Desiree Rayford.
Born in Louisville, Mississippi, Ms. Miller has more than 25 years of experience in the health care profession serving most of her time as a Senior Administrator at University Medical Hospitals and Community Health Centers. Presently Ms. Miller serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), the largest Community Health Center system in Northwest Ohio.
A staunch supporter of the rights of women and underprivileged, Ms. Miller obtained her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Toledo and is currently pursuing a Master of Laws in Health Care.
Ms. Miller has more than 25 years of television experience, having played a large part in multiple local shows at 13abc.
A winner of numerous community awards including the national ATHENA award, given by the Chamber of Commerce for outstanding leadership by a woman in business, the State Democratic Women’s Caucus Award for outstanding contributions to Women’s Health Care and the YWCA Milestones award. Ms. Miller is a recipient of Governor DeWine’s Health Care Humanitarian Award, and the Health Equity Champion Award presented by Governor Kasich.
Ms. Miller is most inspired by the following quote from Nelson Mandela: “The elimination of poverty is not charity, it is justice."