Student Profile: From Google to Michigan for an MBA

Shannon Beeman
March 7, 2011

We’re consistently amazed by our students and their passion for entrepreneurship.  Poets & Quants recently profiled MBA student Lauren Miller, who is not only attending classes but overseeing Zell Lurie Institute’s Social Venture Fund, the first of its kind:

“Miller, a second-year student at Ross, has helped catapult the business school’s Social Venture Fund.  This is the nation’s very first student-led fund created with social impact as its defining platform.  As Student Managing Director of the SVF, Lauren oversees a team of 28 Ross MBAs.  Currently in the strategic planning phase to make early-stage investments upward of $200,000, Miller and her team have their eyes set on four key areas: education, environment, health& nutrition, and urban revitalization in Detroit.”

Click here for more on Lauren’s story.