Her first stop while in town was set for this afternoon at Sunset Elementary. She will be visiting other schools Thursday and will be a part of the Miss Altus Pageant on Saturday.
Miller is a graduate of Oral Roberts University. She graduated with honors from ORU in 2005, majoring in broadcast journalism and public relations. She received recognition as a Collegiate All-American Scholar, a member of Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society, the dean's list and the president's honor roll. She was the anchor for her college news station and during her senior year she was hired as the producer of a nationally syndicated women's talk show, “Make Your Day Count.”
While attending Oral Roberts, Lindsey had the opportunity to sing in many different arenas. She was a singer on a nightly television program, “The Hour of Healing,” which airs Nationally on more than 250 television stations. As a television singer, she traveled throughout the country and around the world.
In 2001, Lindsey graduated from Central Dauphin High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. While in high school, she was a member of the National Honor Society and was a Student Council Officer. Lindsey was the Captain of the Cheerleading Squad, and the lead in the school performance of “The Pajama Game,” “How to Succeed in Business,” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
Lindsey always enjoyed watching pageants as she grew up but never imagined herself competing. With her love of performing in mind, she decided to enter her first Oklahoma local pageant. Lindsey won her first pageant becoming Miss Greater Oklahoma 2005. She went on to place Second Runner-up in Miss Oklahoma 2005 and was named “Rookie of the Year.” The following year Lindsey was named Miss Grand Lake and placed First Runner-up in Miss Oklahoma 2006. As Lauren Nelson went on to become Miss America Lindsey assumed the title of Miss Oklahoma.
Since college, Lindsey has been pursuing her television career by appearing in National and Regional television shows and commercials. She is continuing her love for singing by leading worship at Guts Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In a desire to influence the lives of future generations, Lindsey has been a mentor for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization for over two years. She will continue to spread the importance of mentoring throughout the state during her reign.
Lindsey is the daughter of Steve and Nancy Miller of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She has one sister Lauren, 19 who is a sophomore at Oral Roberts University.