Award: HONORING WOMEN IN NEW YORK
Janet Miller has compiled a lifetime of accomplishments that make her more than worthy to be honored as a Woman of Distinction. She spent much of her adult life being a loving mother and wife, while operating Plato Brook Farms, with her husband, Russell and son, Kent.
But what truly sets Ms. Miller apart, is her dedication and commitment to community, particularly her service with the Wyoming County Community Health System. She has been an active member of the Board of Managers since 1993, and was just recently named Co-Chair of the Capital One Campaign to improve the Wyoming County Community Hospital.
Through her devoted leadership, the e ort raised an astounding $4.6 million in grant funding and public donations to upgrade Wyoming County’s principal health care delivery center.
Prior to the Capital One Campaign Ms. Miller has been a relentless advocate and perennial fundraiser for the hospital, working with its charitable foundation, and serving as Chairperson of the Hospital Finance and Audit Committee since 2009.
Aside from her work with the hospital, Ms. Miller has lent her time and talents to the Pioneer Christian Fellowship worship team, the Dairy Farmers of America, Wyoming County Farm Bureau, and the Wyoming County Cornell University Cooperative Extension. To no one’s surprise, Ms. Miller has served in all these roles on a purely volunteer basis. Her generosity and compassion are an inspiration to all she meets.