Founded in 1998, Michigan Interactive Investments (MII) is a highly selective, leading undergraduate investment club at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Each year, MII builds an investment portfolio with the goal of educating members about investing through interactive portfolio management. By maintaining a small, dedicated member base of approximately 60 undergraduate students, MII is able to effectively teach members about investing in a variety of equity, fixed income, and derivative securities. MII is unique in that we manage a $25,000 student-run portfolio that is completely funded by our members. As such, we have complete freedom over our investment strategies and asset classes, which include long/short equity, fixed income, and currencies.
Elizabeth Bonvouloir is a sophomore at the University of Michigan studying finance and accounting. This past year, she interned with MedKairos, Inc., a medical technology company in Ann Arbor, on their business development team. Prior to that, she spent a summer in Palo Alto at Stanford’s Cardiothoracic Surgical Skills Education Center as an intern and research fellow. This summer, she will be interning with Oaktree Capital Management in their Transportation Infrastructure Fund. In her free time, she enjoys running, swimming, yoga, and watching Great British Baking Show.
Jacqueline Kenny is a sophomore at the University of Michigan studying finance and accounting with a minor in English. Last summer, she worked at Nordstrom as a sales associate and currently works as a BA 100 Peer Coach at Michigan Ross. This summer, she will be interning at Bloomfield Capital in Birmingham, Michigan working in commercial real estate debt and equity. In her free time, she enjoys reading, downhill skiing, golf, and running a fashion blog.