Larson Is a first year Masters student in Mechanical Engineering focusing on the intersection of technology and finance to accelerate an equitable clean energy transition. Before coming to Michigan, he was an associate at the Stone House Group working on energy strategy and building energy management for institutional clients. Larson received his B.A. in physics from Middlebury College.
Eva is a dual-degree student, pursuing her MBA at Ross and her MS in Data Science at the School of Information. She is interested in clean energy financing and the application of big data techniques and data analytics to the energy and utility sector. She graduated from Emory University in 2014 with a degree in Economics.
Tom is a first year MBA with a focus on strategy. Prior to Ross, he worked in New York City doing corporate development for the ION Group, a global leader in financial technology. He is now interested in supporting enterprise growth across industries with a focus on sustainable technologies. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a double major in Materials Science and Engineering, and Economics.
Larissa is a first year MBA student focusing on strategy and sustainability, with an interest in the cleantech space. Before Ross, she worked for the wind power division of Siemens in Orlando, Florida in various internal and external project management roles, helping to build large-scale wind farms throughout the US. As an undergraduate, she studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, with a focus on energy systems
Elizabeth is a first year MBA student interested in how technology and business can solve pressing environmental problems. Before starting her MBA Elizabeth worked at a fintech startup in San Francisco working to deliver affordable quality financial advice to everyday Americans. She has a B.S. in Society & Environment from UC Berkeley.
Elena is a first year dual-degree student with the School for Environment and Sustainability and the College of Engineering interested in renewable energy and development. She previously completed her B.S. at the University of Michigan in statistics. During this time she worked for U-M's Graham Sustainability Institute and U-M's Energy Institute on sustainability projects including the Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program (SCIP) and carbon neutrality for the university.
Eli is a dual-degree student with the Ross School of Business and the School of Environment and Sustainability. He is interested in renewable energy technology development and entrepreneurship. Previously, Eli was a strategy consultant at McKinsey, focusing on tech and telecommunications infrastructure strategy. He holds a B.A in English from the University of Rochester.
Maggie is a first year MBA student at the Ross School of Business interested in financing clean energy technology. She previously worked for the Department of the Interior as a project manager for utility development, permitting, and compliance. She also has experience managing a conservation nonprofit. Maggie holds a B.S. in Cell and Molecular Biology from Tulane University.
Gabe is a JD/MBA dual-degree student at the Ross School of Business and Michigan Law. For the past two summers he has worked on renewable energy project finance and M&A matters at Nishimura & Asahi in Tokyo and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in San Francisco. He previously worked in the automotive industry in Germany and Malaysia. He holds a BA in Political Science and History from the University of Michigan.
Michael is a first-year master’s student in the School of Environment and Sustainability interested in the role of digital finance platforms in improving the accessibility to and scaling up of renewable energy infrastructure. He is a graduate from the University of Sheffield, England where he studied Biochemistry, and was an Amgen Scholar at the University of Cambridge where he did research on biofuel technology.
Amanda is a first year MBA student focusing on strategy and sustainability, with an interest in renewable energy and how traditional energy companies are adapting to a changing energy economy. Prior to Ross, she worked as a Program Manager for a Virtual Reality start-up in Menlo Park. She graduated in 2015 from Stanford University with an M.A. in Sociology and in 2014 from Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics.