Millie previously worked as a case manager in both CPS and APS for Georgetown County DSS from 2006-2015. Millie currently works as a Family Engagement Services Coordinator for National Youth Advocate Program.
Millie has worked extensively with victims of domestic and sexual assault and child abuse, in both Georgia and South Carolina. She has been involved in providing services to and advocating for victims of domestic and sexual assault since 1996 and has provided both consultation and training to law enforcement officers, medical and legal professionals and social workers in the identification, assessment and treatment of victims of both sexual and domestic violence and other related issues.
Millie worked for the Georgia Commission on Family Violence as the statewide task force coordinator from 2002-2004 where she helped developed local task forces within the state to address the increasing problem of domestic violence in court circuits throughout Georgia and helped strengthen existing task forces by devising strategies to improve coordination, communication and cooperation between local programs and agencies.
Millie was also involved in creating the state certification program for Family Violence Intervention Programs and the initial phases of creating the state fatality review for domestic violence homicides.
Millie worked as a legal advocate for domestic violence and sexual assault programs in both Georgia and South Carolina and served on the board of directors for the Grand Strand Community Against Rape. Millie received a Bachelor’s degree from the Winthrop University and has attended numerous trainings on domestic violence and child welfare.
Millie is married and has four rescue fur children, three of the canine variety and one of the feline. Millie lives in Murrells Inlet with her husband Dan, her own four fur children and also provides foster care for canine fur children.