Biography: Randy Miller as Director
of the North Dakota
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has appointed Randy
Miller as Director of the North Dakota Lottery. Miller has been a state
employee for the past eight years, most recently with the ND Department of
Health as a billing program director.
Randy brings years of
experience in developing and overseeing the financial and business operations
of a large program, said Stenehjem. His familiarity with the
operations of state government will allow him to immediately begin
concentrating on the operation of the lottery and continuing our partnership
with the Lottery retailers.
Miller was selected by a committee
comprised of former gaming board members, a representative of Lottery retailers
and a representative of gambling addiction counselors, who conducted a lengthy
interview with the candidates before making the recommendation to Stenehjem.
Miller graduated from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor of
Science degree in business administration.
He has thirteen years of
employment related to business and financial management including business
manager at the Garrison Public School District, office manager at McLean
Electric Cooperative, director of finance with the North Dakota Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Services and most recently
with the North Dakota Department of Health.
Randy and his wife Kay live in
Mandan and have two children, Karamea and Logan.