Analysis Of Johnson Miller's Life

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Jane “Bitzi” Johnson Miller was born and raised on a ranch in west Texas as the only daughter of Laura and Kennedy Johnson. She is the granddaughter of former Governor of Texas Joe Johnson (1954-1958) well known to many as “Big Daddy”. Her grandfather’s conservative values had the greatest impact on Bitzi’s philosophy in delivering services and developing strong economies. She is a lifelong member of the Republican Party, mentored by her grandfather to take leadership and campaign roles during her formidable years. Bitzi parents as well as her grandparents instilled a love of religion specifically the protestant religion. They were in church when doors were opened. Her entire family embraces the culture of the old south,
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She worked many years for IBM and obtained a vast knowledge in the field of Information and Technology. She started her career at the bottom and quickly showed her key qualities of determination, attention to detail, and ability to stick to her guns, which rose her to top management. In 1993, Bitzi took advantage of her education and experience to establish her own software company in Dallas. Bitzi enjoyed the software business but after developing it for many years she realized her heart was still in serving people. In 2014 she sold the software business to Dell for 2.5 million dollars due to her excellent negotiation skills. Bitzi married her childhood friend Beaux Washington and began a family shortly after graduating from college. They have two daughters (Scarlett and Kayla) who are adults and will be assisting their mother on her campaign. Bitzi divorced Beaux shortly after selling the company and moved to San Antonio with her two daughters. The sale of her company and move to San Antonio was in line with her desire to serve the public. She began participating in Texas politics at the City level and participating in community development programs.
In 2008, she joined the “Points of Light” advisory board and spearheaded the Dallas outreach to encourage greater volunteerism to solve social problems facing our state. While at the
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