Victoria Miller is the latest addition to the Alabama Rivers Alliance team as Advocacy Assistant. She brings her tenacious passion for justice and public health knowledge to help extend our advocacy efforts across the River State and empower Southern voices. An Alabama transplant, Victoria came to our state in 2016 and has since grown to adore all the untamed nature and scenic waterways Alabama has to offer. She graduated cum laude with her Bachelor of Science in Public Health along with a minor in Chemistry and Distinguished Honors College recognition from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2020. While in undergrad, Victoria was welcomed into the world of Alabama environmental advocacy and began volunteering with Coosa Riverkeeper. Her experience there led her to dive in feet first after graduating and she hasn’t looked back!
Victoria grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, where she enjoyed the best of both worlds from the brackish bayous of the Pascagoula and Escatawpa Rivers to the salty Mississippi Sound. Her upbringing was steeped in Cajun culture and joy for the outdoors. Victoria, her partner Max, and their small pup Pixie currently reside in Childersburg where they enjoy hiking the trails at Kymulga Grist Mill and finding waterfalls in the Talladega National Forest.