Beth is a mother, grandmother, and wife of 48 years. She has been blessed with two grown children and five grandchildren. Beth is a freelance graphic designer who has worked with Christian authors for more than 20 years. Her hobbies are many; quilting, crafting, fabric design, and gardening. She is also an entrepreneur of sewing notions. In 2016, Beth was awarded one of the top four success stories from the NM Small Business Association.
Beth studied Social Psychology at NMSU, an education that has helped her better understand the needs of her community and the concerns of its citizens. She has served as an Administrative Assistant in the NMSU College of Agriculture and with the New Mexico Department of Agriculture.
Beth's Doña Ana County heritage goes back almost 100 years! From wagon trains to automobiles, from horse-drawn buggies to computers. I have been moved by the people of Dona Ana County and their love of family and community. Their fortitude humbles the very core of my being. I am a dedicated mother, wife, grandmother, and entrepreneur. I can relate to the issues and I understand the challenges. These are my people.
Beth Miller, candidate for House District 33, takes this ‘home-time’ to utilize her sewing skills. She has requests from Washington to Florida and Texas to Minnesota for her fabric masks. Beth sews her design with triple-folds and a pocket for easy filter inserts. The long straps fit comfortably around the head and neck.
At no charge, Beth embraces this opportunity to assist in the crisis and need for these vital supplies. “When there is a crisis, there is always a need. I believe God gave me talents that can be used to help meet the needs of others. People ask, ‘Can I buy one?’ The answer is 'no.' These are free for those who need them - healthcare providers, first-responders, or those with critical underlying health issues.”