Sierre Wolfkostin


Sierre is a rising junior at Michigan Ross and the School of Information. She is pursuing a dual-degree, and is fascinated by technology’s ability to enhance the speed and productivity of both individuals and organizations.

On campus, Sierre loves working with the U of M’s Rotaract Club. She feels its members are some of the nicest and most genuine people she’s ever met. As Rotaract’s Professional Development Chair, she helps members to connect with each other and discover new opportunities on campus.

When she isn’t studying, Sierre is working on 3-4 personal goals that give her a sense of excitement and greater purpose. One of them involves creating an iOS application to reduces the carbon emissions of road vehicles. Another is to increase her reading speed to 1000 wpm so she can read more books in the same amount of time.