Yamil Speight-Miller began his career in public service in 2000 when he was selected by the late Queens District Attorney, Richard Brown to participate in a paid internship for at-risk young teenagers in the Far Rockaway section of Queens. Speight-Miller held the experience close to his heart and pursued careers in serving the Queens Borough Public Library, New York City Police Department, New York City Administration for Children Services, New York City Human Resources Administration, New York City Correction Department, New York State Department of Taxation & Finance, now the New York State Department of Health-Office of Professional Medical Misconduct Conduct Bureau.
Speight-Miller has tied his love for public service and the community into his personal activities where he also serves as President of the Cleveland Pitkin Block Association in East New York Brooklyn.
With over 20 years of dedicated public service, his members of the community are positively impacted by his leadership. Speight-Miller career pivoted tremendously when he was activated to serve in a leadership role as DOH Commander Incident Commander for the New York State Mass Vaccination Site POD.
Speight-Miller has an Associates in Accounting, and received his Bachelors in Public Administration from the City University of New York system. He resides in Kings County.