This episode I sit down with serial side hustler Brandon Miller aka BMills and we discuss:
Being a social media influencer.
The benefit of having a strong male figure in your life.
How to juggle your passion and your 9-5 job.
Is it wrong to target programs exclusively for black communities?
The tech industry and black inclusion.
Brandon Miller, BME 14, is always on the move. Since graduating in 2014, he’s started a career in IT consulting, established two non-profit organizations, written a book, and more.Read More
Today we speak with Brandon Miller, serial entrepreneur and author. Brandon has authored the book "Intersection" and a workbook "BrandU".Read More
Brandon Miller is a serial entrepreneur who is passionate about technology, workplace diversity, fitness, and minority entrepreneurship. Brandon is also the founder of "Be Great" as well as the co-founder of The Black Burdell and The Too Fly Foundation. In this episode, Brandon talks with us about being great, personal growth, and the spirit of black travel.Read More
Although motivated to succeed in their individual ventures, entrepreneurs Brandon Miller and Simone Moreland joined together to package the wisdom attained from 30+ interviews into an innovative guidebook.
Professional services firm Clarkston Consulting today introduced the IDEA Seminar Series, an innovative, action-based diversity and inclusion training program aiming to replace the routine, check-the-box diversity programs of the past. Each IDEA Seminar provides attendees with a platform to Inform, Discuss, Engage, and Act on an issue related to Inclusion, Diversity, and Equality in Action.Read More
On this episode of UNGENTRIFIED, I am joined by Brandon Miller (@thatguybmills), philanthropist and purveyor of all things great, to talk about knowing your role in the black community, and doing it well.
We discuss “Superman/woman” syndrome, why it seems our community sometimes places unattainable goals of “giving back” on one another, whether or not the black church is still doing their part for the community, and more! Listen and give us your opinion!Read More
So these two entrepreneurs came to the couch to talk branding, social media, and the importance of education. Hope you enjoyed it.Read More
DALLAS - What if, instead of getting eye-rolls after asking a businessperson to "pick your brain" for business tips, there was a guide created to help with your brand? Brandon E. Miller, a serial entrepreneur co-owning and founding multiple businesses and nonprofits, has created that blueprint, giving creatives and entrepreneurs branding essentials.Read More
Brandon Miller, Entrepreneur and Brand Coach shares his knowledge on the importance of building a brand and even breaks down HOW on his #ProTipTuesday videos on Instagram. Brandon fully believes in the power of a side hustle and has not one, not two, but three side business that he is fully invested in. All while balancing a 9-5 in corporate America. I have chosen him for our More Than Millennial Spotlight.Read More
The year was 2014, and I had Started from the bottom now I’m here on repeat.
I was preparing to graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a major in Biomedical Engineering, minor in Technology & Management, starting my first businesses, and receiving multiple job offers - life was good and I was happy.
Founders Darren Sanders, Brandon Miller, Henderson Johnson II, and Milton Patton of Burdell’s School of Entrepreneurship created their brand because they all saw a distinct need to build an inclusive community of entrepreneurs of all ages, in all stages of their entrepreneurial journey, and involved in all aspects of entrepreneurship from social entrepreneurs to tech startups. They noticed a distinct value in getting like-minded individuals in one room to empower, inspire and support one another modeling the values and tactics of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma.Read More
I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out what my “title” is, but truth is I have a few. I’m an IT Consultant focusing on implementation of enterprise solutions for consumer products and life science companies, there I also chair the companies Diversity Council where I work to provide positive growth in when it comes to the firm’s inclusivity and equity.Read More
I created this campaign in to showcase fellow creatives and entrepreneurs to let them tell you why they are worth knowing as a what you may not know about them. Each person featured has curated a playlist that reflects who they are and their brand through musicRead More
The first non-profit that I co-founded, I actually started when I was still an undergrad at Georgia Sax about 3 years ago and it’s called the Black Burdell INC. and our mission is to help cultivate young black entrepreneur. In my first business I was like, man I don’t really know what I am doing. I see P. Diddy, I see Dang John but I do not know the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. So we really started with this non – profit young entrepreneurs and figure it out and build community where we can learn from other people’s mistake.Read More
ATLANTA, GA — October 2, 2017 – TAG Young Professionals, a society aimed to connect and help young professionals develop in their careers and expand their horizons, held its 3rd One in a Millennial Awards on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 6 p.m. at Moxie.
The awards celebrate a new era in the workforce and recognize some individuals who are leaving their footprints in the technology and business communities of Georgia.Read More
Mornings used to be my worst enemy. In the past, I struggled with being distracted by social media, sleeping past my alarm, and morning convos with that one friend that just had to talk as soon as I got up. To me, your morning is the most important, precious time of the day. It is what you do first thing in the morning that sets the tone for the day. Because I know we all struggle with mornings from time to time and can always use motivation, I asked a mix of some of the dopest influencers and entrepreneurs: What is your morning routine?Read More