Mac Miller has been with AgAmerica Lending since 2013. He currently serves as the Senior Vice President and Co-owner of the company. A proud graduate of Clemson University’s College of Business and Behavioral Science, Mac gained valuable experience early on through various leadership roles, including Interfraternity Council President, and memberships in prestigious collegiate organizations such as the Tiger Brotherhood and Blue Key Honor Society.
Mac is a licensed real estate agent and a licensed mortgage lender in the state of Florida. He is a fifth-generation Floridian with agricultural roots that date back to his family citrus groves. Mac’s passion for entrepreneurship began in South Carolina where he led a team at Tom Winkopp Development, a local real estate development company, in marketing one of the largest student lakefront communities in South Carolina. Mac’s personal mission has always been to inspire people to use independent thinking and technology to create opportunities and become leaders within their own communities.
Prior to AgAmerica, Mac was a portfolio manager for Land South Group’s broadcast tower company, Tall Tower Ventures, as well as the mobile home finance arm of Land South Group. In 2015, Mac started his role as Director of Production with AgAmerica Lending. It was here he developed his skills in agricultural finance and gained the resources to construct financial structures unique to agricultural operations for a variety of clients, including multi-billion dollar hedge funds, entrepreneurs, and farmers and ranchers.
As Senior Vice President and Co-owner of AgAmerica, Mac implements his professional leadership background in the development of revolutionary and innovative capital structuring methods. He values unconventional thinking and works diligently to set up optimal capital structures for each client to equip them with the resources needed to achieve their respective operating goals. His philosophy for success is individual, personalized attention, and high-quality work. Under Mac’s leadership, AgAmerica has added more than $2 billion in loans, achieving an average growth rate of 140 percent year after year.