Mia Britton

Special Assistant to Montgomery Mayor Steven L. Reed

Mia Britton’s main role is to plan, organize, manage and direct the review and implementation of the City’s mayoral projects and policies. She is a recent graduate of the Torchbearers Class XV and has implemented a cohort-based program through Heartland Forward to help River Region business owners put their ideas into action. She is currently involved with Children’s Policy Council of Montgomery County and she reads to Head Start students monthly.

Key to Success: Prayer and consistency. I believe that in order to make a difference you have to be consistent.

Guilty Pleasure: A Montgomery delicacy, a red velvet cheesecake cupcake from Jozettie’s topped with a rich cream cheese layer.

Childhood Aspirations: As a child, I wanted to be a Judge Advocate General of the Navy (JAG). I was inspired by the tv show JAG and my fathers service to the United States Marine Corps.

First Job: I was a senate page for Senator Vivian Figures in eighth grade.

Best Advice: The best advice I ever received from my father, “Love God, Love People, pay your tithes and owe no one.”

Biggest Influence Personally & Professionally: I consider Jesus and my walk with Him as my biggest influence on my career growth. The journey in which I have embarked on is not my own and a reflection of Jesus’ favor over my life. The opportunities that I have been awarded, have not been obtained on my own merit.


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