Jack Miller was born in 1945 in Staten Island, N.Y., and grew up in Bombay, India, and Sydney,
Australia. In 1962, he graduated from Edgemont High School, Scarsdale,
N.Y., where he was senior class vice president and a member of the football
and track teams. He received an A.B. degree in 1966 from Princeton
University’s Woodrow Wilson School of International Relations and an
M.B.A. degree in finance in 1968 from the University of Michigan. Jack
began his career in finance in 1968 with Eli Lilly, becoming director of
investments with the company in London and Rome. He then joined Philip
Morris as corporate controller and later joined J.P. Morgan in investment
management. In 1998, he joined General Motors in asset management in New
York City until retiring in 2008. Jack is a member of Wee Burn Country Club and Noroton
Presbyterian Church. He serves on the Presbyterian Board of Pensions, the Helmsley Charitable
Trust, the Evergreen Cemetery and the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation. He and his wife
Lynsie live in Darien and have two adult children and three grandchildren. He enjoys duplicate
bridge, golf and travel.