Executive Vice President, Commercial Insurance Division Account Director
Jeremy Miller is Executive Vice President, Shareholder, and Commercial Insurance Division Account Director with Harden, one of the Southeast’s leading insurance, risk management, and employee benefits firms. In this role, Jeremy is responsible for originating and retaining client relationships; defining and articulating client objectives; and leading efforts to provide the best solutions for clients.
Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Risk Management and Insurance from the University of Georgia, the #1 rated Risk Management & Insurance Program in the U.S. He holds a Florida General Lines Property & Casualty Insurance (2-20) license and the Accredited Advisor in Insurance (AAI) and Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designations. Insurance professionals holding the AAI and ARM designations are able to offer clients advanced technical knowledge of insurance products and services. Clients can experience cost savings that result from an AAI and ARM’s increased comprehension of risk management techniques. Jeremy also holds his Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) designation, which allows him to enhance his Professional Liability disciplines in the areas of underwriting, management of risk, legal issues, and claims review of professional liability insurance. Lastly, he has obtained his Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation that enables him to provide specialized expertise to his clients in the area of construction. In his career, he has developed specializations in the industries of Real Estate and Development, Non-Profits, Construction, and Healthcare.
Very active in the Jacksonville community, Jeremy is involved in such initiatives as the American Lung Association, where is he an active board member, Leadership Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, and Access Church. He has served on the One Blood Board of Directors for six years, and is currently the chair of the Finance and Facilities Committee.
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