Jack Miller is founder and chairman of the Jack Miller Center. As a Chicago philanthropist and businessman, he is also founder and chairman of the Jack Miller Family Foundation and a Benida Group partner, a commercial real estate development and investment business. Jack founded the Quill Corporation, which grew to the largest independent direct marketer of office products, employing over 1,300 people prior to its sale to Staples in 1998. He supports a number of Jewish and community causes, medical research and educational advocacy initiatives, and causes that advance education in the ideals that are embodied by the United States and its founding documents.
Jack was inducted into Philanthropy World magazine’s Hall of Fame in 2008 and has received multiple awards, including the Joseph H. Kanter Citizen of the Year Award in 2012 at the annual meeting of the National Conference on Citizenship. Jack is the author of Simply Success and Born to be Free.