Eyrique Miller is an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan, where he works in Natural Resources Investment Banking (IB). Mr. Miller divides his time between covering traditional chemical companies and emerging renewable fuels and chemicals companies. Prior to assuming this role, he held an appointment as a White House Fellow spanning both the Bush and Obama administrations. As a Fellow at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, he worked with the private sector and multiple government agencies to identify opportunities to create green jobs from the Recovery Act and energy & climate change policy. Before becoming a Fellow, Mr. Miller worked as an investment banker at Citi in technology and chemicals. In addition to his work on domestic challenges, he has spent time working on issues in emerging markets with Endeavor, a global non-profit focused on high-impact entrepreneurs, and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, a U.S. government agency focused on reducing poverty through economic growth. Eyrique earned an M.B.A. in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School. Prior to Wharton, he worked at Lucent Technologies as a systems engineer. He holds an M.S.E. in Telecommunications and Networking from the University of Pennsylvania and an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers University.