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Miranda Holloway-Baggett nominated for U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama

Rep. Terri Sewell on Wednesday praised President Biden’s nomination.

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U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, AL-07, on Wednesday celebrated President Biden’s nomination of Miranda Holloway-Baggett to serve as United States Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama.

“I am thrilled that President Biden has selected Miranda Holloway-Baggett to serve as U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama!” said Rep. Sewell. “Her 23 years of experience, exemplary professionalism, and dedication to the rule of law make her an ideal candidate for this role. I was proud to recommend her to President Biden and I urge my Senate colleagues to swiftly confirm her nomination.”

“I am honored for the confidence Congresswoman Sewell has shown in me by recommending me to become the next U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama,” said Ms. Miranda Holloway-Baggett. “I am humbled to be considered for such a prestigious position and excited as I continue to move forward  in the nomination process.”

Miranda Holloway-Baggett served as a Deputy United States Marshal in the U.S. Marshals Service from 2001 to 2023 and has been Chief Inspector and Discipline Deciding Official for the Agency since 2023. During her 23-year career in the Marshals Service, Ms. Holloway-Baggett has held various leadership roles in Marshals Service offices in Ohio, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, and Alabama. These roles include Deputy U.S. Marshal, Supervisory Deputy, Assistant Chief Deputy and serving from 2019 through 2023 as Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama. She received her Master’s Degree in Management from the University of Phoenix in 2009 and her B.S. in Criminal Justice and Corrective Services from Jackson State University in 2002.

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