Social Venture Fund

Social Venture Fund

A student-led impact venture capital fund being invested in companies with positive social and environmental impact

University of Michigan Social Venture Fund is a student-led impact venture capital fund being invested in companies with positive social and environmental impact. Established in 2009, it is the first student-run social venture fund. It focuses on companies in several sectors including education, environment, finance, food and nutrition, health and urban revitalization . It made its first investment in 2011 and aims to invest up to $200,000 in capital. As of January 2020, it has made six investments with one successful exit.

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Mytonomy

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Abby Poats

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Alexander Kravitz

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Christine Priori

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Dmetri Culkar

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Emily Litwin

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Johnson Yang

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Joseph Mekhael

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Uzair Khan

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