Jill Miller is President & CEO of Bethesda Inc., a strategic partner of TriHealth and creator of bi3, a philanthropic initiative to transform the health of all people in Greater Cincinnati. bi3 has invested more than $100 million in TriHealth and community-based organizations to drive innovation in healthcare and improve health outcomes by addressing health disparities.
Jill is a leader in addressing health equity and is proud of the fact that nearly 200 babies are alive today due to the collaborative efforts bi3 has funded to reduce infant mortality in Hamilton County. She is passionate about leading the way to a day when every person has a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible; when a person’s health can no longer be predicted by race, ethnicity, ability or zip code.
Jill serves as a Champion of the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project and is a sought-after speaker on the practice of Trust-Based Philanthropy and on health equity, sharing her expertise with foundation boards across the country and at national conferences, including Grantmakers in Health, the Gratitude Symposium, and regional seminars in multiple states.
Throughout her nearly two-decade career, Jill has worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. She chairs the Greater Cincinnati Funders Collaborative, is a member of the Hamilton Country Commission on Women & Girls, serves as a Board Member and Co-Chair of Policy of Philanthropy Ohio, and serves on multiple TriHealth Steering Committees advancing health equity and care delivery. She also co-founded and led the public foundation of Cincinnati Reds All-Star Joey Votto.
Jill holds a Business Economics degree from Ohio’s Miami University and an MBA from Xavier University. She is a 2016 YWCA Rising Star, a member of Leadership Cincinnati Class 39, the Cincinnati Business Courier’s 2016 Forty Under 40 class and named one of Venue Magazine’s 2023 Influential Women of Greater Cincinnati. She also was awarded the 2021 Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service, recognized for her leadership on COVID-19 response and relief.