Amisha Miller is a senior program officer in Entrepreneurship for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, where she leads programmatic research focused on “what works” in creating scalable businesses. She previously was a consultant at Mission Measurement, where she worked with nonprofits, including NGOs, multilaterals, and foundations of Fortune 500 companies, to measure their impact and create new, more results-oriented strategies that drive revenue and impact gains. Prior to joining Mission Measurement, Miller led the research and evaluation of global development programs, positioning NGOs as thought-leaders as well as creating practical measurement and operations tools for organizations and clients. She created the research and policy department at Endeavor Brazil, and through her work there and at Enterprise UK, forged partnerships with the United Nations, the Brazilian and British national and local governments, and many businesses from multinationals to small enterprises.
Miller regularly presents at international, national, and local practitioner and research conferences. She has published work on entrepreneurship programs and their effects, as well as measurement and other research themes. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Warwick and a MSc in population and development from the London School of Economics.