Diane Miller is a native of Herkimer, NY. She and her husband moved to Rome in 1974. For the past 15 years has been employed by United Community Bank in the Rome office, and prior to this she was a self-employed and small business owner for many years.

She has been and is still heavily involved as a staunch advocate for breast-cancer survivors, and for over 15 years volunteered as the co-facilitator for “Bosom-Buddies” – a breast cancer support group at Redmond Regional Medical Center. In addition, she was a member of the Board of “Surviving to Share” –   a group which reached out to cancer survivors to honor their trials of dealing with cancer of all types. In addition, for many years she has been an organizer, major advocate and fund-raiser for Floyd County’s Relay for Life efforts.

Diane has been an active member of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce for more years than she cares to count, and currently sits on the Small Business Action Council. She received “Ambassador of the Year” award for two-consecutive years. As a graduate of the Chamber’s “Leadership Rome”, she went on to lead future candidates through their program.

Diane resides in Rome with her husband Steve. They are parishioners of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, where she has held many volunteer positions over the past 35 years, and currently serves as a Eucharistic Minister.

When not working or volunteering her time and talents, Diane enjoys spending time with her daughter, Alison and spoiling her ball-of-fire grandson, Aidan.