Len Middleton
Strategy and Entrepreneurial Studies

Len Middleton is a faculty member in the Strategy and Entrepreneurial Studies department at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.

He is a board member of the Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, faculty member with the William Davidson Institute, and faculty advisor for the Tauber Manufacturing Institute.

He teaches the following courses:

In the MAP and Global Projects courses, Len has worked with entrepreneurial companies, non-profit organizations, and major corporations.

Entrepreneurial Incubators



       United Kingdom

Non-Profit Organizations


  • Intel
  • Dell
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Microsoft
  • Borders
  • Eli Lilly
  • Sprint
  • AT&T
  • Citicorp
  • General Motors
  • Eaton

Len is in the process of starting River Rock Group, a private equity firm that specializes in buyouts and other investment opportunities.

He was the president of Middleton & Company, a global advisory firm that focused on a wide variety of corporate strategy issues for senior management, strategic manufacturing issues, and the development and funding of high-tech startup companies.

He has worked in a family business and has a broad range of entrepreneurial experience. Len is a member of several boards. He is also a Gentleman Farmer. His education includes bachelors degrees from The University of Michigan and an MBA.

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