Greg Anderson
Vice President
At-Large, Group 4

Framed Protrait of Council Member Greg Anderson, At Large Group 4.

Greg has over 25 years of experience in the financial service industry and is currently EverBanks's Senior Private Banking Officer.  In this capacity he provides commercial credit, deposit, and investment services to professionals and executives.

His career began as a management trainee at FirstAtlanta following graduation from The University of Georgia.  In 1984, Greg moved to Jacksonville to manage Florida National's Cash Management Sales group.  It was in Jacksonville that he met his wife, Beville. Mellon Bank recruited Greg to continue his career in its Global Cash Management Division in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  He and Beville moved there where they lived for 11 years before heading back home to Jacksonville.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia with a concentration in Finance and a Masters of Arts Liberal Studies with a focus on leadership studies from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Community service has always been important to Greg.  Since returning to Jacksonville, he has served as President of Riverside Fine Arts Association, Director of the Daniel Foundation, Trustee for Jacksonville's Chamber of Commerce, Trustee for St. Mark's Episcopal Day School, Senior Warden for St. Marks' Episcopal Church, and Commissioner on the City of Jacksonville's TRUE Commission.  Currently Greg serves as a Committee Member for YoungLife of Jacksonville.

Greg and his wife Beville have two teenage sons.

Greg can be reached at (904) 630-1398 or GAnderson@coj.net.
 

 

 

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