Board of Health Names Replacement for Retiring Health Commissioner


3/17/2022 – At its monthly meeting Wednesday night, the Knox County Board of Health named Zach Green to replace retiring Health Commissioner Julie Miller. He will begin his new position on July 2.

Green has been with Knox Public Health for 6½ years. He was named deputy health commissioner in August 2020.  Prior to that, he served as emergency preparedness coordinator for the agency.

A native of Knox County, Green is a graduate of Mount Vernon High School. He has a bachelor’s degree in public safety management from Franklin University, an associate degree in law enforcement from Central Ohio Technical College and a master’s degree in business administration from Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Miller, who has served as health commissioner for Knox Public Health for more than 11 years, announced her retirement last November. Her last day is July 1.


Information courtesy of Knox Public Health