Meet the Team

The Miller Center is powered by a collaborative effort between students, mentors, 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 with the entrepreneurial mindset.

Meet the Team

The Fellows

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

Isabella St. Arnault

Outreach

Isabella is a junior studying Business Analytics, minoring in Philosophy, and concentrating in Accounting. She loves interacting with the enthusiastic and passionate alumni of the College as they help the center grow their network to support current students!

Alba Fernandez

Community

Alba is a senior majoring in International Relations and Global Education. She enjoys learning about globalization and the effects that it has on shaping all spheres of the globe from politics to business, to education, and more. She is also from Spain and the Netherlands, and loves meeting new people and making connections, so come to the Center and meet the Community Fellow! (or contact her on slack or send her an email at aafernandez@email.wm.edu)

Jake Wang

Communications

Jake is a senior studying Business Analytics (Data Science) with a concentration in Innovation & Entrepreneurship. In the spring of 2016, Jake transferred from Rice University where he had been studying Psychology and Computer Science. Jake is passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship because he believes people's unique perspectives help them solve common problems in a big way. Find Jake at jwang02@email.wm.edu - or stop by the center and say hello!

Greg Garnhart

Operations

Greg works to ensure that all technical portions of the center run smoothly. His team helps keep the site updated, makes sure all engagement is tracked, and likes to explore new technology the center may benefit from.

Thomeka Watkins

Logistics

Thomeka is a graduate student in the Masters of Business Analytics program. Outside of her role as Logistics Fellow, she also works with many local food insecurity and food waste alleviation initiatives. Find Thomeka at tdwatkins@email.wm.edu, on Slack, or stop by the center to say hello!

The Program Coordinators

The EC puts on over 100 events every year, which is far from a small task. To provide the best possible experiences for our members, we have put together an incredible group of Program Coordinators, each in charge of a specific event.

Lauren Kroepfl

Program Coordinator

Lauren is a junior studying finance with an economics minor. Last year, Lauren served on the Alumni Relations Team and has since become a Program Coordinator for the EC. The Center has allowed her to view business through a more innovative lens and gain perspective by connecting with students and alumni of all backgrounds. Outside of the EC, Lauren runs on the Varsity Cross Country and Track & Field teams. Find Lauren at lnkroepfl@email.wm.edu or stop by the EC and say hello!

Nick Dantzlerward

Program Coordinator

Nick is a sophomore majoring in Government, minoring in Finance, and acquiring a concentration in Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Nick brings a burning and lifelong passion for problem-solving and entrepreneurial thinking to his work at the EC, which became a second home for him during his freshman year. When he isn't working or studying, you can find him ``too`` easily at the campus Rec Center or connect with him at njdantzlerward@email.wm.edu.

Anna Rader

Program Coordinator

Coming from the great state of Texas, Anna is a senior studying Neuroscience with a minor in Economics. She is grateful for the many entrepreneurs and inventors who have come before her, particularly those who created the hula hoop and whipped cream. Anna is interested in behavioral economics and how cross-disciplinary thought can spark innovation, particularly to generate social change. Feel free to connect with Anna anytime at amrader@email.wm.edu (or just walk up to her anywhere around campus)!

Tara Clark

Program Coordinator

Tara is a senior, majoring in International Relations with a minor in History. On campus, she is a member of Amnesty International and H.E.A.R.T. (human trafficking awareness). Tara is passionate about entrepreneurship and innovation for social good and is interested in social impact applications of emerging technologies. As a Program Coordinator, she will be organizing the opening of the new Entrepreneurship Center space below Tribe Square.

The Interns

With many events and operations, the Miller Fellows have a lot of work on their plate. To keep the EC running as smoothly as possible, each Miller Fellow has several interns.

Alex Stauffer

Operations Intern

Alex is a sophomore studying Economics and Computer Science through the Columbia Engineering Program. He helps run the EC operations. He is passionate about innovation and consumer technology in China, and just finished interning at Ant Financial in Shanghai. In his free time, he plays soccer and runs on W&M Club Running.

Nolan Ma

Operations Intern

Nolan is a sophomore studying Applied Math and Financial engineering through the 3-2 program. In his free time, he likes to travel or enjoy his favorite movies with a bowl of cereal. He also loves to get his hands on new tech and new entrepreneurial concepts. If you want to either get some useful information or just learn more about our exciting tech team, he'd be thrilled for you to reach out!

Kieffer Gilman-Strickland

Communications Intern

Kieffer is a junior studying Data Science from Richmond, Virginia. Last summer, he was a Research Assistant at the Transparent Development Footprints (TDF) team at AidData, as well as a photographer for WM Camp Kesem. Currently, Kieffer is serving as one of the Communication Directors for the WM Global Innovation Challenge and is a member of the Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity. While he is currently abroad in Barcelona, Spain, feel free to reach out via email to kggilmanstrick@email.wm.edu at any time!

Tyler Crowley

Communications Intern

Tyler is a senior majoring in Finance with an accounting concentration and an economics minor. For the EC he creates digital media for marketing and photographs EC events. He has a passion for collecting and re-selling limited sneakers and clothing.

Amy Layton

Communications Intern

Amy is a sophomore studying Film and Media, as well as English. She enjoys creating, curating, communicating, and is so excited about helping the Communications Team reach its full potential. Whenever you get one of those awesome event reminders or informative newsletters, know that it is Amy behind the email.

Ormsby Thompson

Communications Intern

Ormsby is a sophomore studying Marketing with a concentration in entrepreneurship and working toward a minor in psychology. Ormsby graduated from The Lawrenceville School in 2018 and started at William and Mary shortly after. Ormsby is passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship because he believes in the Entrepreneurship Center’s mission and would like to better the world through business.

Winnie Ryan

Alumni Outreach Intern

Winnie is a sophomore studying Neuroscience. Although she does not plan on doing anything in business, she is still passionate about new ideas and striving to make the world a better place. Winnie believes that the more perspectives and ideas there are in the world, the easier it will be to solve problems that have affected the generations before us. Find Winnie at wpryan@email.wm.edu - or stop by the center and say hello!

The Mentors

The Miller Center is backed by an incredible group of volunteer mentors. Spanning dozens of industries & countless experiences, our members have access to the best. We think so highly of them that they have their own page. Check it out!

Meet our Mentors

The Faculty

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

Graham Henshaw

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.