Jeanne Miller has established a reputation for bringing diverse stakeholders together to create positive change. In a career ranging from private legal practice to local government, higher education and the nonprofit sector, Miller has used her executive and negotiating skills to help resolve complex fiscal and economic dilemmas, promote higher education, grow hundreds of jobs, and add over $1B to the Duval County tax base. As President & CEO of the Jacksonville Civic Council, she works with works with leaders of Northeast Florida’s largest companies to identify and promote solutions to the region’s greatest challenges.
Currently Chair of Goodwill Industries of North Florida and a Member of the FSU Alumni Association’s National Board of Directors, Miller has been extensively involved in civic and community service throughout her career. AV-Preeminent-rated by Martindale Hubbell, she has been recognized frequently by her peers, most recently being named one of Attorney-At-Law Magazine’s Top First Coast Women in Law for 2020. An honors graduate of Albertus Magnus College and Florida State University College of Law, Miller is also an alumna of both Leadership Jacksonville and Leadership Florida.
Inspirational Quote: “For 80 years, Goodwill Industries of North Florida has faithfully served our communities teaching the importance of hard work and connecting those with a drive and dream with the employment and educational resources they need to succeed. It is a tremendous honor to serve as the Chair of the Goodwill Board and I am inspired each day by the work our team does to support the families in our 14 county region from Gainesville to Jacksonville and all parts in between. The impact of this incredible organization will only continue to grow, and while we rightfully take this moment to reflect on the good works and progress of our past, today we look even more eagerly to the future.”