Leslie Anne Miller is a prominent figure in the legal profession in Pennsylvania. She served on the Cabinet of Former Governor of Pennsylvania Edward Rendell as General Counsel of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
She works as a judge pro tempore in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County and is a certified mediator. In all of her work, she aims to advocate for women and cultural inclusiveness.
In addition to practicing law, Miller also teaches at many legal education programs in cities and colleges throughout Pennsylvania. Outside of her profession, she serves on the boards of several cultural and nonprofit organizations.
Miller has received many honors and awards for her work, including the Alumnae Medal of Honor from Mount Holyoke. In 2010, she and her husband, Richard Worley, made a lead gift to the College to support environmental education and programs. The Miller Worley Center for the Environment was subsequently named after them.
She has demonstrated an enduring commitment to social justice while holding various positions of influence. Through her life and work, she has shown not only what women can do, but also the positive impact that an individual can have in her community.