Todd Boruff | Oct. 23, 2013 | Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters
“I wouldn’t have traded my English major at Notre Dame for any other major,” says Greg Miller, ’87, a managing director at Greenhill and Company, an investment bank in New York City.
As an undergraduate, Miller attended a presentation by an investment bank and found that they were looking to employ “bright, motivated students” from a variety of backgrounds, including English majors. This insight led Miller to a career of nearly 25 years in investment banking. He attributes his successes to the values, analytical skills, and curiosity that were fostered as a student in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters.