Fellows Directory

Miguel Marshall

Centro Ventures

Miguel is a General Partner with SV Latam, a VC fund focused on linking early- and seed-stage companies from Latin America to Silicon Valley and vice versa.

Previously, Miguel was the Regional Director and an Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Angel Ventures Mexico, an angel group and co-investment fund. Before that, he launched the Tijuana office of Endeavor, one of the world's leading emerging market accelerators. He continues to be a mentor for Endeavor as well as for Startup Mexico.

In Tijuana, Miguel co-founded AhorroLibre.com, a startup in the LatAm fin-tech industry that supports entrepreneurs and individuals by reaching their financing goals through Rotating Savings and Credit Associations online. He also co-founded HUB STN, the first binational coworking space that integrates Southern California and Tijuana through the technology and creative industries.

He began his entrepreneurial career selling wholesale clothing for the tourism industry in Baja California. After his first venture he worked for service firms such as Deloitte and KPMG in audit, risk, and consulting.

Miguel is a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum, where he launched Bordofarms, a social incubator that creates temporary jobs through urban farming to Mexican deportees that arrive in Tijuana.

Education, Personal, and Fellowship

Miguel graduated from CETYS Universidad and City University of Seattle, holding a dual Bachelor's degree in accounting and business administration. He also participated in a summer program from Harvard Business School, and in the Riordan MBA Fellowship from UCLA Anderson.

Miguel is a member of Class 19. He served the first part of his fellowship at Angel Ventures Mexico under the mentorship of Managing Partner Hernan Fernandez, and completed the program at SV LATAM Fund.