Our Mission

The Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center exists to educate, inspire, and support students in developing the skills and mindset of an entrepreneur. We view entrepreneurship through the wider lens of entrepreneurial thinking—a highly versatile set of skills and a mindset that is necessary to solve wicked problems.

Opportunity Discovery

The ability to spot opportunities where others do not.

Failing Wisely

Risking what you can afford to lose and making certain that learning is a primary goal.


Putting something out into the world and adjusting course as necessary.


The ability to pull in complementary perspectives and skills on projects.

Openness to Risk

Turning towards opportunity rather than away, even when there is risk of failure.

Tolerance for Ambiguity

Resisting the urge to try to predict the future and instead letting the best plan emerge.


Persistence in the face of challenges.


Not waiting for instruction; a bias towards personal action.

Our Story

Learn about how the EC became what it is today. The Miller Center is powered by a collaborative effort between students, coaches, and faculty. Made up of over 50 dedicated, enthusiastic people, the Miller EC Team is the definition of teamwork at its best. Together, we make sure the EC runs smoothly and achieves its goal of engaging students and fostering the entrepreneurial mindset.

Our Team

The Fellows

The fellowship is made up of 5 dedicated students. From a variety of backgrounds, the fellows fill roles in 5 areas: Community, Outreach, Operations, Communications, and Technology.

Tyler Standfield


Savannah Orsak


Nick Dantzlerward


Anna Gruneich


Pablo Solano


The Program Coordinators

The Miller Center’s Program Coordinators work with the fellows to make sure that the Center’s many events and programs run smoothly.

Neha Kosaraju


JR Herman


Sara Curtiss


Amanda Willigerod


Melody Llinas


Victor Tran


Duke Tran


The Faculty

The Miller Center is brought to life by William & Mary’s faculty.

Graham Henshaw

Executive Director

Graham is a Clinical Professor at the College of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and Executive Director of the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center. Prior to joining W&M, Graham was the Director of Venture Development at NRV – a Richmond-based venture capital firm investing in early-stage socially-driven startups. Before that, Graham launched several ventures including PaceTat, a sporting goods company which was acquired in 2010.

Rachel Frazier

Associate Director

Rachel is an inventor and entrepreneur with a passion for helping high tech startups and academic innovators identify viable business models and connect to their first customer.

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