President and Vice Chairman of Eastern Bank
Quincy Miller is President and Vice Chairman of Eastern Bank, the largest and oldest mutual bank in the United States, with $10 billion in assets and over 120 locations serving communities in eastern Massachusetts and southern and coastal New Hampshire. He is directly responsible for driving the overall strategic direction of Eastern, which has served its customers, colleagues and communities for nearly 200 years.
Quincy is the former President of Citizens Bank, Massachusetts, and President of Business Banking for Citizens, where he oversaw more than 650 sales and operations colleagues with responsibility for clients up to $25 million in annual sales. He also oversaw the management of all credit underwriting and operations.
The foundation of his career is rooted in consumer banking – upon graduating college, he served as an assistant branch manager at M&T Bank. Over the years, his responsibilities increased and he ultimately led thousands of colleagues in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Massachusetts.
Quincy has a passion for supporting the communities where he lives and works. He is the immediate past Board Chair of the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts and serves on the Board of Directors for The Greater Boston Food Bank, Bottom Line, Zoo New England and Board of Overseers for the Greater Boston YMCA.
The Central Penn Business Journal (2002); Crain’s Cleveland Business (2008); and Boston Business Journal (2012) all recognized Quincy as a “40 under 40” honoree. In 2015, he was recognized as “16 to watch in 2016” by the Boston Business Journal.
Quincy is a graduate of Lafayette College, where he earned a B.A. in Economics and Business, and of the Consumer Bankers Association’s Graduate School of Retail Bank Management. Quincy serves on Lafayette’s Trustee Financial Policy Committee and its McDonogh Network Diversity Committee.
Quincy and his wife, Jenna, have two children and live in Milton, Mass.