Veronica D. Miller is the only child of Sharon Sue Koomson and the late James Ray Brown. She was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, raised in Brown Summit, North Carolina, and educated in Guilford County, where she graduated from Northeast Senior High School.
After successful completion of high school, she continued her education at King’s College in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she earned an Associate Degree in Secretarial Science. She continued her undergraduate studies at Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina, where she graduated Cum Laude, majoring in Business Management and minoring in Business Administration. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Christian Education at Apex School of Theology.
Experience has been her teacher as she has matriculated in many disciplines. She has accumulated a wealth of knowledge over the years with experience in the medical field; working for Pfizer Medical Technology Group in Plymouth, Minnesota and Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her experience and knowledge also includes extensive Human Resource and Managerial experience.
A few years ago, Mrs. Miller decided to voluntarily leave the workforce to focus on rearing her children during their most important formative years, and to focus on her family. In her opinion, this decision has paid off tremendously.
She was the Co-owner of The Voice of African Americans in the Piedmont & Vicinity, where she also served as the Operations Manager. Her publication was widely read and distributed in Lexington, Thomasville, Mocksville, High Point, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Salisbury, and Welcome North Carolina.
She is a multitalented individual with gifts in many areas. Specifically, she is a people-person and rarely meets a stranger. She is a go-getter and high-achiever who is always ready for a challenge. Her energetic personality is contagious and she is gifted in encouraging the downtrodden, with a heart for elders and children.
Mrs. Miller is the wife of Herbert Miller II, and joyfully serves as the First Lady of Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle of Flint, Michigan. She enjoys serving behind the scenes and cares not if her name is called. She is an understanding counselor, always ready and willing to lend an ear.
Last, but not least, she is extremely proud of the seven children she and her husband have been blessed with; Malachi, Faith, Wilbert, Herbert III, Amaya, Jemareon and Nathan.