During his eight years in the Mississippi Senate, Wiggins has risen to several leadership roles, including serving as Chair of the Senate Medicaid Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Senate Public Health Committee, which oversee policies for one of the state’s largest budget items. Wiggins also serves on the Appropriations, Education, Corrections, Judiciary, Environmental Protection, Ports and Marine Resources, and Congressional Redistricting committees, Wiggins has been the lead author of several key pieces of legislation that include: the Early Learning Collaborative Act that established Mississippi’s first early education program, the Criminal Justice Reform Act that clarified and strengthened laws against violent offenders, the Lonnie Smith Act that strengthened and reformed felony child abuse statutes, the Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Accountability and Transparency Act in the wake of indictments of key DMR officials, legislation opening up the meetings and documents of the state’s community hospitals, authoring legislation that has secured millions of dollars for the expansion of economic development assets in Jackson County, and successfully introduced BP Settlement Fund legislation that was passed in the 2018 special session. Wiggins is the founder of the Wiggins Law, PLLC, in Pascagoula where he handles general legislation, family law, corporate law, trucking litigation and municipal court matters. Previous to serving in the Senate, Brice served as an Assistant District Attorney and Youth Court Prosecutor in Jackson County. Wiggins and his wife Heather reside in Pascagoula with their two children, Landon and Grace, and are active members of Eastlawn United Methodist Church.