Marc M

Bio

Marc Miller grew up in Westchester County, NY before moving down south to get a BBA at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. While at Emory, Marc played on the varsity basketball team, founded the school's chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, and started a used textbook company that was so successful that the school bookstore resorted to referring him to the Office of Student Conduct to slow him down (the case was dropped immediately). 

Marc chased his passion for basketball and landed his first job at the NBA League Office in New York. While there, Marc worked with league sponsors such as Gatorade and Anheuser-Busch to help them maximize their investments in the league. After two years, Marc joined the Madison Square Garden to launch the Westchester Knicks of the NBA Gatorade League by becoming their first Director of Marketing Partnerships. Marc led the franchise to the #2 ranking in sponsorship revenue among the league's 18 teams in just the first season; he also still holds the league record for sponsorship revenue in a team's inaugural season. While leading corporate sales efforts for the Knicks, Marc garnered Business Council of Westchester 40 Under 40 and 914 Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 honors.

Marc applied early decision to Columbia Business School in 2016 and was admitted to the Class of 2019. Marc chased his goal of becoming a management consultant and interned with Bain & Company during the summer of 2018 and is excited to begin a career with Strategy& next year in its Technology, Media, and Telecommunications practice. At school, Marc serves as a Career Management Center Fellow, a TA, and a Case Interview Coach. 

Marc is looking forward to helping students with GMAT prep and MBA admissions so they can achieve their career goals through an MBA as he has.

Education & Qualifications
  • Columbia Business School, MBA in Management and Marketing
  • Emory University, BBA in Marketing/Management dual concentration
Specialties
  • Business 
  • GMAT 
  • MBA Coaching 
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