Allison is a MBA/MS dual degree student in the Erb Institute. Previously, she worked at the Department of Energy in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy office developing programs for entrepreneurs and small businesses focused on clean energy. Allison also interned at Bloomberg New Energy Finance conducting research in onshore wind. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Franklin & Marshall College in Environmental Studies and Government.
Jonathan is a dual-degree student in the Erb Institute (MBA/MS) focused on the intersection of technology and business in the renewable energy industry. Prior to graduate school, Jonathan worked in management consulting focused on supply chain and corporate sustainability. He earned his BS in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University. He is now building on his technical and business background to help accelerate the transition to clean, reliable energy.
Kevin is a MBA/MS dual degree student in the Erb Institute, interested in utility-scale renewable energy strategy. This summer, Kevin will be interning with National Grid's strategy team. Previously, he worked in environmental consulting at Arcadis performing remediation field work. Kevin also interned at DowDuPont, performing sustainability analysis for several products. He holds a BS from University of Michigan in Environmental Sciences.
Nick is a dual-degree student at the University of Michigan studying to get his MBA from the Ross School of Business and MS from the School for Environment and Sustainability. He is interested in renewable energy finance as well as the development and commercialization of new clean technologies. Previously, Nick worked as a product manager building financial software for energy markets. He also has experience in digital consulting for consumer technology companies. Nick graduated from Tulane University in 2013 with an MS in Energy Management.
Swaroop is a first year M. Eng student at the Integrative Systems + Design school studying Energy Systems Engineering. Her interests lie at the intersection of renewable energy grid integration, vehicle electrification and business strategy. She has interned at Siemens in the Energy Management division and worked on power systems in switchboards. She holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai.
Chantelle is a first year dual-degree student with the Erb Institute, starting at Ross. She is interested in energy systems and corporate strategy.
Chantelle has had prior experience in tech sales and account management, as well as in the environmental non-profit space.
She will be working at Chevron this summer, in their business and commercial program.
Doug is a first year dual MBA/MS student with the Ross School of Business and the School for Environment and Sustainability. Doug is interested in the intersection of finance, strategy, and energy and growing the clean energy economy. Prior to returning to school, Doug worked as an auditor and then as a Manager of M&A Financial Due Diligence in the transaction advisory services group of a large accounting firm, advising clients on acquisitions of companies in many industries. Last spring, Doug interned at BlueWave Solar, a startup solar developer that is rapidly growing its community solar and residential solar loan divisions.
Kim is a second-year dual degree MBA/MS student at the Erb Institute of Global Sustainable Enterprise. She is studying finance, behavior, and sustainability and is interested in renewable energy and sustainable finance. Prior to graduate school, Kim worked in celebrity and influencer brand partnerships and non-profit fundraising in Los Angeles. She earned her BS in Business Administration from the University of Southern California with a minor in International Relations.
Abe is a first year dual MBA/MS student with the Ross School of Business and the School for Environment and Sustainability. Abe is interested in the deployment of renewable energy to help the development of under-served communities and improve access to energy in emerging markets. Before returning to school, Abe worked as an engineer in the design of electric transmission projects. He graduated in 2013 from the University of California, Irvine with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.
Juan is a dual citizen from the US and Venezuela. After spending his childhood in Venezuela, he moved to Worcester, MA to attend Clark University. Prior to Ross, he was an Energy Finance Consultant with the World Bank, in Washington, DC. In addition to his role as Director of Professional Development and Education, Juan is an active member of the Energy Club and an aspiring investment banker.