Aaron Miller is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Metropolitan Strategic Development. He joined GKFF in 2012 after a two year stint with Teach For America in Tulsa. As a Program Officer at the foundation, Aaron oversees work on talent recruitment and retention, including housing for young people, entrepreneurship, and citywide initiatives to market Tulsa as a great place to start a career. Aaron’s 3 years of work on GKFF’s development initiatives include the launch of Guthrie Green urban park, the $16 million Universal Ford/Fox renovation and the $30 million Archer Building. Aaron’s experience working in low-income communities as a teacher provide a unique insight into programming and managing new developments. He is the board chair of the nonprofit 36 Degrees North, an entrepreneur hub providing resources, community and flexible workspace to entrepreneurs of all backgrounds, located in the Universal Ford Building.