Jonathan Miller is
the Deputy Director for Policy and Research in the Division of Depositor
and Consumer Protection at the FDIC. Previously, he worked for the U.
S. Congress for more than 23 years, including the U.S. Senate Committee
on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. He played a key role in
drafting the consumer protection and mortgage provisions of the
Dodd-Frank Act. Mr. Miller was also instrumental in the drafting and
passage of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act, which created the
first Affordable Housing Trust Fund and the Neighborhood Stabilization
Program. Mr. Miller is a graduate of Georgetown University and has a
Master's degree in Public Policy from the Harvard University's John F.
Kennedy School of Government.