Eliana Lozano is an MBA Candidate at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Originally from Habana, Cuba, and raised in Miami, FL; she earned a B.S. in Biological Health Sciences in 2017 from the University of South Florida and interned at JPMorgan Chase during her summer breaks. Upon graduation, she continued to work at JPMorgan Chase as a Marketing Associate. Currently, Eliana serves as President of Michigan Business Women, Investment Associate of the Michigan Ross Real Estate Fund, and completed an Open Access Fellowship at Hunt Capital Partners, an affordable housing syndicator based in LA. She’ll also be conducting an independent study focused on increasing visibility for Latina entrepreneurs with the vision of producing a registry to increase early-stage investments for U.S.-based Latina founders.
This past summer, Eliana completed her summer internship at Nuveen Real Estate working in portfolio management in their Chicago, IL office. She’s a member of the Hispanic Business Student Association, a Zell Lurie Institute Scholar, and the Tech Innovation Jam Co-Lead via the Business + Tech Initiative at the University of Michigan.