Morris Miller

Chief Executive Officer
Xenex Disinfection Services

Originally from San Antonio, Texas, Morris is a graduate of the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University, The University of Texas at Austin, and Phillips Exeter Academy. He is the founder of Sequel and Cutstone Ventures, which invests in/acts as an advisor to numerous start-ups such as Inventables, Adometry, and He started Curtis Hill Publishing, the first company to publish Texas case law on CD-ROM, and he was also the co-founder and president/chief executive officer of Rackspace (NYSE: RAX). Miller is a member of APIC, BioMed SA, and ACG Central Texas.

Under Miller's leadership, Xenex has become a world leader in automated room disinfection. Through the use of Xenon technology and innovative hospital disinfection protocols, the company has helped hospitals achieve significant infection reduction results. As chief executive officer, Miller is responsible for the company’s overall business strategy and oversight of day-to-day operations.