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Andrew Miller

DEPARTMENT: Business & Economics Dept

POSITION: Instructor

LOCATION: Main Campus, Harrisonburg | CC 206G

PHONE: (540) 432-4545


Andrew Miller has an interest in working with students and leaders towards self-understanding and personal formation as a foundation for organizational leadership and development. He draws upon his diverse background in strategic leadership studies, economics, and theology as a grounding for this process. His current research work focuses on understanding leader-follower relationship formation and the relationship between unemployment and psychosocial health. Before beginning at EMU in the fall of 2012, he served as Southeast Asia Representative for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) supervising and facilitating strategic development in the Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam country programs and advising local partners on strategic development. He also served as Agricultural Program Coordinator for MCC in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia for two years. He is captivated by the Angkorean era temples and cuisine of Cambodia and Southeast Asia.


BA, Eastern Mennonite University
MS, Iowa State University
MDIV, Eastern Mennonite University


Miller, A. D. (2016). Social Media, Empathy and Narcissism in Leading Sustainable Organizations. In R. R. Thakur, S. Srivastava, S. Bhatia, & J. Sharma (Eds.), Social Media and Organizational Sustainability (pp. 197-142). New Delhi: Bloomsbury.

Miller, A.D. and A.E Smith, M. Engle and B.J. Miller (2014). “The Relationship between Wellness Programmes and Health: A Case Study.” In G.D. Sardana, and Tojo Thatchenkery (Ed.), Organizational Transformation: Change Management Perspectives (pp. 235-247). New Delhi: Bloomsbury

Smith, A. E., M. Engle, B.J. Miller, and A.D. Miller. (2013). “Thought Leadership in Workplace Wellness: Shifting from Operating Efficiency to Sustainable Value.” In R. R. Thakur, P. Jain, and L. Vijayvargy (Ed.), Creating a Sustainable Business: Managerial Implications and Challenges (pp. 35-41). London: Bloomsbury.