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Carrie Wolfe
MBA student at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business

Carrie Wolfe is an MBA student at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, where she serves as the Director of Operations of the Social Venture Fund, the nation’s first student-led impact investing fund. Carrie’s background is in technology and management consulting, and her early experiences working with entrepreneurs as a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa were formative in her passion for business as a catalyst for innovative solutions to social challenges. Carrie’s work explores the intersection of business and global impact, leveraging disruptive technology, education, and training approaches to create enduring value. Follower her on Twitter @carolinewlf

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