Bonnie Kong is an MBA candidate at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. This summer, she worked for Sikich Investment Banking, a boutique investment bank focused on sell-side M&A. At Fuqua, Bonnie holds leadership roles on the Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club, Media Entertainment and Sports Club, and the Black and Latino MBA Organization.
Before business school, Bonnie worked at J.P.Morgan for five years in various finance and strategy roles. Her last position there was on the finance and strategy team supporting senior management of the firm’s Corporate and Investment Bank. Bonnie graduated with honors from Syracuse University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Economics and Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy.
Currently, Bonnie serves as a consultant for Sana Services, a healthcare startup based in Chicago, and a board member for Neighborhood Advisory Board 13, where she is responsible for determining community block grants in her hometown neighborhood, Coney Island. As a native New Yorker, Bonnie is passionate about ethnic food and a suffering New York sports fan.