Jill Meyer is leading the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, one of the largest metro chambers in the nation, on an aggressive course designed to grow the vibrancy and economic prosperity of the Cincinnati region. Almost 4,000 member businesses engage with the Chamber to help drive the economics of the Cincinnati MSA, encompassing 15 counties in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana.
The Chamber is leading with a bold voice for business to grow the region’s talent base, to elevate the Cincinnati region’s unique assets, and to proactively address the needs of business with elected officials at all levels. As part of its work, the Chamber is spearheading the charge to create a regional transportation system that connects more people to work, education, healthcare, and quality of life. At the core of everything the Chamber does is an unwavering commitment to model inclusion and regional thinking.
Jill is well-versed in the role of advocate for businesses. An attorney, she practiced for twenty years at Frost Brown Todd, and served as the Member-in-Charge of the law firm’s Cincinnati office. A dedicated volunteer for many civic and community causes over the years, she currently serves on the boards of 3CDC, Downtown Cincinnati, Inc., City of Cincinnati Department of Economic Inclusion Advisory Board, Hamilton County Transportation Improvement District, and Art of the Piano. She is a member of the United Way Tocqueville Society and ArtsWave Women’s Leadership Roundtable.
Jill has been honored as a YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, a Cincinnati Business Courier Forty Under 40 recipient, and is an alum of the Chamber's inaugural Women Excel (WE) Lead class and Leadership Cincinnati Class 34. In 2016, she received the Difference Maker Award from the American Bar Association and was recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier as a Woman Who Means Business.
She earned her B.A. at Mount St. Joseph University and her J.D. at Northern Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law, both magna cum laude. In 2016, she was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters from Mount St. Joseph University.