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Aaron Miller

Virginia SBDC & George Mason University

Aaron Miller

  • International Sales and Business Development
  • Market Research and Analysis
  • Market entry and expansion strategies
  • International B2B matchmaking and Networking
  • Custom training programs
  • International soft-landing services for US market entry
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Global Impact
  • Higher education and university based programs

Aaron Miller is responsible for two programs at George Mason University focused on international trade, entrepreneurship and social impact. He is the founder of the International Trade division of the Virginia Small Business Development Centers, a sponsored program of the Mason Enterprise Center. In this capacity, Mr. Miller works with firms across all verticals to provide clients with actionable intelligence, research, and human networks to enter and expand their presence in foreign markets throughout the world. Leveraging the global platform of Washington DC, Mr. Miller works with embassies in developing customized training programs, networking, and international soft-landing strategies for foreign organizations looking to enter the U.S.

Aaron also serves in the role of Social Entrepreneurship Concentration Head for an interdisciplinary Master’s degree program at Mason. He successfully revamped the curriculum to ensure students attain competency in core elements of entrepreneurship while emphasizing experiential learning as a key component of the program. Mr. Miller was appointed to the graduate faculty at George Mason University in recognition of his expertise and experience. Aaron was also chosen as an Ashoka Change Leader, responsible for leading social impact initiatives across campus while mentoring students, faculty, and staff to create ventures that generate creative solutions for our world’s most pressing problems.

After being appointed by the United States Secretary of Commerce to serve as a member of the Virginia - DC District Export Council (DEC), Aaron was elected by his 30 private sector peers to serve as the Vice Chairman of the DEC.