JAMIRON RICHARDSON
Year
2021
Chapter
Position
Branch Vice President, VyStar Credit Union

Miron Richardson has been with Capital City Bank since November of 2010 and began his most recent role as the Manager of Direct Banking in September of 2018. Miron oversees the inbound call center operations of the Client Service Center and through his effective coaching and proven leadership, drives sales and service efforts to meet the needs of their clients throughout the organization’s footprint. Miron recently accepted a job opportunity with VyStar Credit Union as their Branch Vice President for Tallahassee. He will be tasked with market expansion efforts to promote the VyStar brand throughout the community while developing a team of credit union advocates and leaders who will offer the best services tailored to the needs of their members. Miron is originally from Quincy, Florida and currently resides in Tallahassee. He attended the public schools of Gadsden County and is currently attending Tallahassee Community College. Miron plans to earn his undergraduate degree in Business Management to further his knowledge and experience in leadership. He currently holds an Associate Professional in Human Resources Certification from The HR Certification Institute and is a member of the Big Bend Chapter for the Society for Human Resource Management. He currently serves as a Community Catalyst for the Knight Creative Communities Institute (KCCI) where him and his team planned and created Florida’s 1st Educational Bicycle Park at Sabal Palm Elementary School, A Community Partnership School. Being the first of its kind in Florida, the educational bike park allows students to learn the importance of bike safety while being active and promoting good health. Miron enjoys traveling and spending time with his family and close friends. He is always up for having a good time and truly feels that laughter is good for the soul that keeps his old soul, young. Miron’s favorite quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. says, “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step” and that is how he has chosen to live, by faith and not by sight.