Kellogg School of Management


Kellogg School of Management

Michael Boisvert has 28 years of investment banking and financial advisory experience serving the financing needs of public and private universities, private K-12 schools, YMCAs, cultural institutions and social service organizations. He has helped more than 75 college and nonprofit borrowers to complete their financings.

Prior to founding Longhouse in 2011, he headed up the National Higher Education and Non-Profit Financing practice for BMO Capital Markets and for Griffin, Kubik, Stephens & Thompson, Inc. Prior to working as an investment banker, Mr. Boisvert served as an executive assistant to the

Governor of Nevada and as a campus planner for Cranbrook Educational Community.

Mr. Boisvert received his Bachelor’s degree in Public Affairs from the University of Chicago, holds a Master’s degree in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning from Princeton University and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.

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