Kelly Kopchik Goldstein is an MBA candidate at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. At Ross, Kelly serves as the co-president of the Women Who Launch club, which is dedicated to creating a gender equal entrepreneurial ecosystem. Kelly is also a consultant to Ashoka (measuring the impact of their social entrepreneurship bootcamp), a member of the Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club, and a participant in the Michigan Investment Challenge.

Prior to business school, Kelly spent seven years in global brand development and marketing with Edelman, the world’s leading communications marketing firm, serving global brands such as Unilever and HP Inc. in the US as well as Asia. Kelly graduated as a Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar from Bowdoin College where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Economics.

Kelly also serves as a consultant to Rebelhouse Studios, a social impact startup and production house known for acclaimed documentaries such as Soufra and Waiting for Mamu. A former college volleyball player, Kelly is passionate about health & wellness and serves as a RYT-200 yoga instructor in her spare time.