Mickey Miller

Mickey Miller began her career as a Park Ranger with the Florida Park Service in 1993 at Koreshan State Historic Site. Ms. Miller's duties included cultural resource management, exotic plant control, prescribed burning, conducting interpretive tours, facility maintenance and all phases of campground operation.

Before joining C20/20, Mickey worked with the Lee County Parks and Recreation county-wide Ranger Unit for 6 years. She is certified with the Lee County Sheriff Office in Code and Parking Enforcement. As a C20/20 Ranger she was responsible for ensuring compliance of Lee County Ordinance 06-26 within Conservation 20/20 Sites.

In December of 2015, Mickey became a supervisor with Conservation 20/20. She now supervises three maintenance positions which care for the amenities at Caloosahatchee Creeks, Prairie Pines, Galt, and Wild Turkey Strand Preserves.

Volunteer activities include: Activities Leader for the Florida Trail Association, CROW, and Lee County Bird Patrol.

Parks & Recreation/Conservation 20/20
3410 Palm Beach Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33916
(239) 229-0522