About Bricklee Miller

Born and raised in Meridian, Bricklee met her husband Donnie Miller when both were students at Mississippi State.  Married for 22 years, Bricklee and Donnie are actively engaged in the lives of their 19 nieces and nephews and attend Pinelake Church.  Donnie works as a self-employed, 3rd generation cattle farmer.

October of 2020 will mark 20 years that Bricklee has served as Director of the Mississippi Horse Park, which was founded through a partnership of MSU, Oktibbeha County, and the City of Starkville.  Miller started at the horse park when it was nothing but, “4 metal buildings on a gravel road,” and, under her leadership, is now recognized nationally as one of the premiere facilities of its kind, having received many awards for tourism, economic development, and excellence of hosted events.

Now serving her second term representing District 4, Bricklee Miller is the first woman elected Supervisor in Oktibbeha County.  In that role she successfully …

  • Expanded broadband Internet service to rural areas
  • Stressed fiscal responsibility and accountability to improve efficiencies in how county government spends tax dollars
  • Fought for infrastructure improvements including construction of the Partnership School, Industrial Park, Hail State Boulevard, Locksley Way Multi-Use Path, and
  • Paved and re-paved many miles of roads in her district.


Bricklee has served and been involved with many statewide and community organizations, including, among others …

  • American Quarter Horse Association
  • Golden Triangle Planning & Development District (GTPDD) board member
  • Greater Starkville Development Partnership
  • Mississippi Association of Supervisors
  • Mississippi Cattlemen’s Association
  • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation
  • Mississippi Women for Agriculture
  • National Rifle Association
  • Starkville Rotary Club (Paul Harris Fellow)
  • Women’s Professional Rodeo Association
Bricklee and Donnie Miller met at as students at Mississippi State and have been married 22 years.  Donnie is a self-employed, 3rd generation cattle farmer.