Aruna Miller has devoted her life to public service and removing systemic barriers to opportunity.
Her family immigrated to the United States from India when she was 7. She graduated from the Missouri University of Science and Technology with a degree in civil engineering and chose a life of public service in Maryland, spending 25 years working at the local Department of Transportation in Montgomery County to improve the safety of the public and alleviate traffic, and creating equitable transportation access to connect people to opportunities.
From 2010 to 2018, she represented District 15 in the Maryland House of Delegates, where she worked with her constituents to create legislation to invest in STEM education, streamline the regulatory process for small businesses and was a champion for working families, survivors of domestic abuse, and the environment.
On January 18th 2023 Aruna Miller was sworn in as the 10th Lieutenant Governor of Maryland where she serves with Governor Wes Moore.
She lives in Montgomery County with her husband Dave, where they raised three daughters.