Jill Miller

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Jill Miller

Jill Miller graduated from Miami in 2003 with a degree in Business Economics. She is the current President and CEO of Bethesda Inc.  She is also a current Economics Advisory Board member.

  • Has COVID affected your every day work life? If so, how? My days were once filled with in person meetings, now I spend hours on Zoom!  I had the privilege of working form home in the height of the pandemic.  Currently, I spend a few days in the office and a few days I work from home.
  • What are some ways this new way of life has benefited the way you look at your daily work operations? I believe this pandemic has proven to many companies and organizations that people do “work” from home and accomplish a great deal.
  • Has doing more virtual meetings, etc, shown to be more beneficial to how you can be productive in your daily activities? Virtual meetings have led to higher attendance rates and time is not lost on travel.
  • Once COVID has slowed down do you think this will affect your future way of continuing to do your work? Yes, I anticipate most people will prefer a blend of in person and virtual meetings.  I also think team members may continue to work from home a day or two each week.  Time will tell!
  • Has having an Eco degree benefited you during this time? Economics helps me understand the economic impact of the Coronavirus, e.g. Central Banks in many countries have slashed interest rates to make borrowing cheaper and encourage spending to boost the economy.