Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams is the former Ellicott District Councilmember who was a strong articulate voice for the revival of the Ellicott District. An experienced Erie County Legislator (6 years) and the First African-American Woman Erie County Chairperson, Legislator Miller-Williams has always been a passionate voice and advocate for the revival of Buffalo. She is a proud Mother and lifelong resident dedicated to serving the needs of our community and continue to fight for a better future for all children and families throughout Erie County.
Legislator Miller-Williams is honored to serve our Country and Community as a Master Sergeant/Equal Opportunity Advisor in the United States Army Reserve and as a Buffalo Police Officer (Retired) for over 28 years.
Legislator Miller-Williams holds a B.S. Degree in Business Administration and M.S. Degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration. She is a member of Leadership Buffalo Graduate Class of 1998.
"I am just an Ordinary Woman who has been blessed to do extraordinary things!"