Quincy L. Miller
Quincy was elected to the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts board in 2019. As a director, Quincy helps set the company’s strategy and overall direction. Within a highly competitive and highly regulated business environment, the board oversees and governs BCBSMA’s operations, which includes the provision of health care coverage to individuals and public and private employers. Quincy serves on the board’s finance and business performance committee, the health care quality and affordability committee and the investment committee.
Quincy is vice chair and president of Eastern Bank, the largest and oldest mutual bank in the United States, with over $11 billion in assets and more than 120 banking and insurance locations serving eastern Massachusetts, southern and coastal New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. His focus is on helping lead the overall strategic direction of the bank, which has served its customers, colleagues and communities for more than 200 years.
Quincy is the former president of Citizens Bank, Massachusetts, and president of Citizens’ Business Banking division. He has a passion for “leading from the front line” to ensure his perspective is guided by colleagues with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Quincy is committed to supporting the communties where he lives and works. He serves on the board of directors of The Boys and Girls Club of Boston, The Greater Boston Food Bank, Bottom Line, The Alliance for Business Leadership and The Greater Boston YMCA Board of Overseers. He is a board emeritus member of The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts and is a C-suite member of The Partnership.
Quincy has been recognized in the community as an inaugural member of the GK100 “most influential people of color in Boston” by Get Konnected, and has been honored to receive numerous leadership awards from the Central Pennsylvania, Cleveland and Boston Business Journals.
A graduate of Lafayette College, Quincy earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics and business. He also is a graduate of the Consumer Bankers Association’s Graduate School of Retail Bank Management. He serves on Lafayette’s Trustee Financial Policy Committee and its McDonogh Diversity Committee.