Women Who Dared

Gina Miller

Gina N. Miller

Gina N. Miller

Gina Nadira Miller is the Guyanese-British woman who took the British Government to court for its implementation of Brexit without the approval from Parliament in the court case 2016 R (Miller) v. Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Court.  Miller objected to Parliamentary discussions and won the case up to the Supreme Court.

Born in April, 1965, one year before Guyana’s Independence, to a distinguished former Attorney General Doodnauth Singh SC, politics was a staple discussion within the home. Gina describes herself as ‘my father’s daughter’ whom from a very young age developed a sense of justice within her home. She was eventually shipped off to a boarding school in England where she began working part time and supporting her younger brother. She is very candid about her relationships, life and goals.

Miller is a passionate philanthropist and ‘conscious’ capitalist who sees her activism as part of the continuous work necessary in the evolving multi-cultural British society. Her organization, True and Fair Foundation supports dynamic charities,  donors and campaigns for transparency within organizations. Her strength is in believing in herself.

“I know my limits but I know what I can achieve”.