Bob Milner

  Experiential Instructor
  Sam Houston State University
  United States

Bob Milner

Bob is a serial Entrepreneur, Speaker and Professor whose focus is on Impact. He and his wife Teresa, live in The Woodlands along with their 5 rescue dogs. They have 4 children and 2 grandchildren. He is a decorated veteran who served 7 years in the USAF, and has earned a BS in Business, an MBA and he is working towards his PhD in Organizational Development and Executive Leadership. He and his wife enjoy playing golf, traveling, and serving in the community. As he has transitioned into the next phase of his life his focus is on impacting future Entrepreneurs and continuing to grow his entrepreneurial footprint. A finalist for the 2017 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award; he and his wife are active philanthropic leaders in the Montgomery County community. Along with being the CEO of TerBo Consulting Inc and MRH Auto Enterprises LLC; he is an Experiential Professor of Entrepreneurship at Sam Houston State University, an Advisor to many nonprofits on strategy, employee engagement and leadership development. Bob currently serves on several NPO Boards. He is a past Finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. He is a graduate of the Accenture Executive Leadership Development program and the Thayer Executive Leadership Development Program at West Point Military Academy. He is the recipient of the 2017 VEL Institute Legacy Award for his service and commitment to Veterans and he is the 2018 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Lifetime Achievement Honor recipient for his support and contributions to help fight child diseases.

Topics of Expertise: Entrepreneurship, Small Business, Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate Social Responsibility, Family Business

Type of Students Taught: Undergraduate

Willing to Travel: Yes

Primary Language of Teaching: English

Years In-Person Teaching Experience: 4

Years Online Teaching Experience: 4

Do you Prefer to Teach Only Online? No

Are you Research Active? Yes