real estate club BBA Co-Presidents

Daniel Weiner

Junior BBA, Ross school of business


Daniel is a junior BBA originally from San Diego, California, studying real estate and finance.   Daniel initially became interested in real estate at the age of 10 after watching the first season of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing", and has been hooked ever since.  

In addition to serving on the board of the Michigan Real Estate Club, Daniel is also the Co-President of the Alternative Investments Club.  Having leadership positions in both clubs has allowed Daniel to capitalize of synergies between the two clubs and broaden the reach of real estate on campus.

As a freshman, Daniel worked as an acquisitions intern for two residential investment companies in San Diego, focusing on value-add single family homes.  Then as a sophomore, Daniel interned for Choice NY Management, becoming exposed to property management, accounting, leasing, and underwriting.  Daniel's experiences have given him the opportunity to become well-versed in many disciplines within real estate.  He hopes to translate these skills into a role at a development or investment firm in the future. 



dylan bennett

senior, ford school of public policy



Real estate club MBA Co-presidents



Jessica kaplan

2nd year mba, Ross School of Business



Ryan Schell

2nd Year MBA, Ross School of business






Morgan Bentivegna

Senior Vice President - Education and Recruitment


Morgan is a senior in the College of Literature, Arts & Sciences majoring in Political Science, concentrating in political and economic development. She is minoring in entrepreneurship as well. 

Upon joining the Michigan Real Estate Club, Morgan was an immediate asset to the club’s development. Early on as an active member, Morgan competed with 6 other members to represent Michigan at the Fall 2016 International Case Competition, hosted by Cornell University in New York City. 

Morgan’s passion for real estate is reflective in her own professional pursuits. She has spent the past two summers interning for two commercial real estate firms in Boston. Her internship experiences have allowed her to become not only familiar, but comfortable with, 10-31 exchanges, underwriting of multi-family, single tenant and multi-tenant properties, financing, debt structure, and lease types in retail. Specifically, this past summer, she worked closely with both the retail leasing team and the capital markets team at Boston Realty Advisors. 

Originally from Cape Cod, MA, Morgan has immersed herself in the thriving Boston real estate market and looks forward to working in the real estate development business post-graduation. She is extremely excited to serve in a leadership position for the Michigan Real Estate Club this year, as the Vice President of Education and Recruitment. Morgan is aiming to create additional opportunities for members to learn about the industry, while also working to strengthen the club’s alumni network.