Taylor Brown – MBA ’24

Taylor Brown is a 2nd year MBA candidate at Ross. She is the Co-President of the Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital club, and is passionate about mobilizing capital to accelerate the development of innovative solutions to the leading challenges of today. Prior to business school, Taylor worked as a management consultant at Deloitte and was primarily focused in the healthcare sector working on organizational design, post-merger operating model alignment and program management.

She received her B.S. in Healthcare Management and Policy from Georgetown University. While at Ross, Taylor has participated in the Michigan Investment Challenge in addition to holding internships at Michigan Capital Network, New Business Ventures at Nike, and 53 Stations, a newly launched $190M venture capital fund supported by The Pritzker Organization.