Will Miller is a senior manager in Ernst & Young's (EY) Forensic & Integrity Services practice in Chicago. EY is a multinational professional services network and a global leader in assurance, consulting, strategy and transactions, and tax services. Since beginning his career with EY in 2009, Miller has gained significant experience in assisting clients with designing, implementing, and monitoring anti-fraud and anti-money laundering (AML) compliance programs. He also has considerable experience conducting internal investigations, fraud investigations, and planning and executing fraud and AML risk assessments.
Outside of his professional career, Miller serves in varying capacities in the Chicago community. At the Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the first African American congregation in Chicago, he serves as the chair to the church’s Steward Board and leads the church’s Historic Preservation Ministry. Miller also serves as vice chairman on the board of directors for Distinguished Young Gentlemen of America (DYG), an accelerated training ground for high school minority males that develops and prepares the next generation of effective local, state, and national leaders.
Miller graduated in 2009 with a bachelor of science in business administration and a master of business administration from Florida A&M University. He is a certified docent at the DuSable Museum of African American History and maintains his certified fraud examiner and certified anti-money laundering specialist certifications. Southside natives Miller, his wife, Caress, and their one-year-old daughter live in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
Published on June 29, 2021