Williams names Miller to general counsel role

Williams (NYSE:  WMB) has named Sarah Miller as general counsel of the company, effective June 20. Miller will lead Williams’ legal team, succeeding Craig Rainey, who has retired.

Miller, who previously served as vice president, corporate secretary, and assistant general counsel for the company’s corporate secretary team, was appointed to the interim general counsel position in March.

Miller joined Williams in 2000 and has served in a variety of legal leadership roles. In addition to serving as corporate secretary and assistant general counsel, she has also served as senior counsel for the company’s midstream business, and as senior attorney for the legal department’s business development team. Prior to joining Williams, Miller was a litigation associate at Crowe & Dunlevy.

Miller earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Oklahoma State University, and her Juris Doctor degree from Oklahoma City University.

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