MARIETTA — A new Deputy Director has been named for ODOT District 10.
Darla Miller, who had been serving as Acting Deputy Director since June 1, stepped into the position on a permanent basis on Aug. 7.
Miller started in ODOT District 10 in June 2016 as its Business and Human Resources Administrator. She’s currently serving in both capacities.
“I am humbled and honored to be entrusted with leading District 10,” said Miller. “I am confident that we will continue on the path of success that has already been established.”
Miller has 10 years of public service experience, most recently as Director of Human Resources and Safety with the Washington County Commissioners in Marietta.
Her experience also includes 15 years as a part-time trainer with the Workforce Development department at Washington State Community College. In addition, she has 18 years in the private sector — primarily in Human Resources at Marietta College.
Miller has lived in the Marietta area for 35 years. She and her husband Jim have two married sons and four grandchildren.
ODOT District 10 includes Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Noble, Vinton and Washington Counties in southeastern Ohio.
The Deputy Director position was left vacant by Steve Williams, who retired in May.