Gilbert Miller serves as the Board Chair of the Bradley-Turner Foundation, a 5th generation place-based family foundation headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. He has also been involved with the work of the Beloco Foundation for over two decades, formally joining as a trustee in 2000. The grandson and great-great grandson of the founders of Beloco and Bradley-Turner respectively, Gilbert has prioritized defining the foundations’ missions and strengthening governance.
He is a trustee of W.C. Bradley Company, Epworth-by-the-Sea, The Nature Conservancy of Florida, and Andrew College. Gilbert is also a past board chair of Philanthropy Southeast. While not in the boardroom, Gilbert manages Imik Properties and Johami Development, two small commercial real estate investment groups. During December, he also oversees Kimi Farms Christmas Trees, a 40-year-old family business.
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Gilbert continues to be involved at his alma mater, serving as the immediate past chair of the Dean’s Council of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. He and his wife, Jamee, currently make their home in Sanford, Florida, with their two sons, William and Benjamin, and their daughter, Juliette.
Board Chair Peer Network: Inaugural Meeting
Posted on February 12, 2021 by Jaimie Mayer, Gilbert Miller, Katherine Lorenz
Pride of Place: Sustaining a Family’s Commitment to Community
Posted on March 14, 2019 by Virginia M. Esposito, Gilbert Miller, Kelly Chopus
Cultivating A Healthy Family Culture
Posted on August 9, 2018 by Gilbert Miller, Jamie Forbes, Kelly D. Nowlin
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