- Jordan Miller
- Business and Community Advisor, Jamjr LLC, Powell, Ohio; Proposed CEO and chairman for Adelphi Bank, Columbus, Ohio
Jordan A. Miller, Jr. is a Business and Community Advisor and currently resides in Columbus, Ohio. He is a leader in the Columbus community and serves on several boards and fundraising initiatives. He is currently working with his business partners to form a new bank. The proposed bank is Adelphi Bank and if successful he will be the Chairman and CEO. Prior to this new venture, he was the Regional Chairman at Fifth Third Bank of Central Ohio and leader of the local Advisory Board. His focus was to expand the Bank’s footprint in the Commercial, Consumer, and Wealth Management areas. He was also committed to the Bank’s efforts to expand affordable housing and help women and minority owned businesses gain access to capital.
During his career at Fifth Third Bank, his other roles included President and CEO of the Central Ohio region, President and CEO of Fifth Third Securities Inc. (a full service investment and Brokerage) and senior vice president and manager of Fifth Third Investment Advisors (Cincinnati).
Prior to Fifth Third, Jordan served as chief financial officer and business manager for another regional Bank in Columbus, Ohio. He started his banking career as a bank examiner with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Jordan earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Maryland in College Park. In September 2013, he was awarded an honorary doctorate of community leadership from Franklin University in Columbus.
Professional and Civic
Jordan serves as a board member of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, the Columbus Metropolitan Library. He is a member of the Columbus City Schools Finance and Appropriations Committee and a member of the Board of PACT for development of the east side. He is also on the Board of 2 for profit companies.
He is a former member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Columbus Business Advisory Council, the Ohio Banking Commission, The Columbus Partnership, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, The United Way of Central Ohio and the Columbus Downtown Development Corp. He was a Co-Chair of the fundraising of the Central Ohio Boys and Girls Club. He is also past chair of several campaigns, including the United Ways of Central Ohio, the American Heart Association Heart Ball, March of Dimes Walk for Babies, Prevent Blindness and The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges. He recently co-chaired the Columbus City School millage committed for a planned levy. He also is the recipient of numerous community awards and was inducted into the Junior Achievement of Central Ohio Business Hall of Fame.