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Ann Marie Miller, CEcD - Executive DirectorAnn Small
Phone: 936.257.0055
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   Ann Marie Miller is the Executive Director of the Dayton Community Development Corporation in Dayton, Texas. Miller has over 15 years of experience working in Economic Development. Before accepting her position at DCDC, Miller worked as the Executive Director of the Buda Economic Development Corporation and as an Economic Development Consultant for the City of Uhland. Miller started her economic development in Ada, Oklahoma, where she served as Vice President of the Ada Jobs Foundation. 
   Miller was one of the youngest people to receive the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation and is a graduate of the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Miller also graduated from the University of Oklahoma's Economic Development Institute. 
   Miller is originally from Oklahoma and is a registered Chickasaw citizen. At the age of nine, Miller received a Governor's Commendation for her work with the Governor's Easter Egg Hunt for the Blind. Miller was selected as Oklahoma's Young Careerist in 2008 by the OK Federation of Business & Professional Women.
   In 2015, Miller was selected as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Economic Developers by Development Counsellors International.  Miller is a member of the International Economic Development Council, Southern Economic Development Council, Texas Economic Development Council, Team Texas,  Dayton Rotary, and the OSU Alumni Association. Miller also served on the Young Professional Advisory Committee for the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) and now serves as the Vice-Chair of the Membership Development Advisory Committee for IEDC.



Jaime Hernandez - Economic development specialist, Data & Analytics

   Ann Marie Miller is the Executive Director of the Dayton Community Development Corporation in Dayton, Texas. Miller has over 15 years of experience working in Economic Development. Before accepting her position at DCDC, Miller worked as the Executive Director of the Buda Economic Development Corporation and as an Economic Development Consultant for the City of Uhland. Miller started her economic development in Ada, Oklahoma, where she served as Vice President of the Ada Jobs Foundation. 
   Miller was one of the youngest people to receive the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation and is a graduate of the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Miller also graduated from the University of Oklahoma's Economic Development Institute. 
   Miller is originally from Oklahoma and is a registered Chickasaw citizen. At the age of nine, Miller received a Governor's Commendation for her work with the Governor's Easter Egg Hunt for the Blind. Miller was selected as Oklahoma's Young Careerist in 2008 by the OK Federation of Business & Professional Women. 
   In 2015, Miller was selected as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Economic Developers by Development Counsellors International.  Miller is a member of the International Economic Development Council, Southern Economic Development Council, Texas Economic Development Council, Team Texas,  Dayton Rotary, and the OSU Alumni Association. Miller also served on the Young Professional Advisory Committee for the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) and now serves as the Vice-Chair of the Membership Development Advisory Committee for IEDC.


Victoria Jackson - Operations & Communications Coordinator

   Ann Marie Miller is the Executive Director of the Dayton Community Development Corporation in Dayton, Texas. Miller has over 15 years of experience working in Economic Development. Before accepting her position at DCDC, Miller worked as the Executive Director of the Buda Economic Development Corporation and as an Economic Development Consultant for the City of Uhland. Miller started her economic development in Ada, Oklahoma, where she served as Vice President of the Ada Jobs Foundation. 
   Miller was one of the youngest people to receive the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation and is a graduate of the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Miller also graduated from the University of Oklahoma's Economic Development Institute. 
   Miller is originally from Oklahoma and is a registered Chickasaw citizen. At the age of nine, Miller received a Governor's Commendation for her work with the Governor's Easter Egg Hunt for the Blind. Miller was selected as Oklahoma's Young Careerist in 2008 by the OK Federation of Business & Professional Women. 
   In 2015, Miller was selected as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Economic Developers by Development Counsellors International.  Miller is a member of the International Economic Development Council, Southern Economic Development Council, Texas Economic Development Council, Team Texas,  Dayton Rotary, and the OSU Alumni Association. Miller also served on the Young Professional Advisory Committee for the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) and now serves as the Vice-Chair of the Membership Development Advisory Committee for IEDC.
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