Continued innovation is necessary to tackle the most pressing challenges in the energy and environment sectors, and we envision members of the HBS community having an impact both as thought leaders and innovators.
We connect students to practitioners in the energy industry, educate and prepare students for careers in the energy industry, strengthen the energy community at HBS and in Boston, and serve as a hub for energy innovation within Boston.
Club Leadership Team
Trevor is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, he worked at SunPower in the San Francisco Bay Area focused on originating utility-scale solar and solar + storage projects in the US and Mexico. He previously held roles in project finance at SunPower and SunEdison. In the summer of 2019, he worked on the Investment team at Energy Impact Partners, a venture capital firm based in NYC. Trevor graduated from Carleton College magna cum laude with a B.A. in International Relations. He grew up in San Francisco, CA.
Mark is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, Mark worked at ExxonMobil, having completed assignments in upstream production facilities in Wyoming and as a reactor contact engineer on the Gulf Coast. During his free time, Mark volunteers with Arrive Kenya - a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving sustainability at orphanages throughout Kenya. Mark graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an emphasis on energy technology.
Lori is a student in the MBA Class of 2020 and a Forte Fellow. Prior to HBS, Lori worked for Chevron specializing in the design, construction, and operation of deepwater facilities. While at Chevron she also led their Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Steering Team and sat on SWE’s Corporate Partnership Council. Lori graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.
Lily is a student in the MBA class of 2020. Prior to HBS, she worked for ExxonMobil in business development for New Markets, covering Africa and South America. She has spent time in Houston, Singapore and Beijing doing business analysis for LNG projects, and most recently, on US Gas Trading. Lily graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a B.S in Chemical Engineering.
Andres is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, he worked in the energy sector as a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group and as an advisor to the Executive President at the Chilean Association of Electric Generating Companies. Andres graduated from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile with a B.S. in Electrical and Industrial Engineering and a M.S. in Industrial Engineering.
Abby is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, Abby was Manager - Project Development at Sterling Energy Investments. She previously worked as an engineer at Chevron Phillips Chemical Company. Abby spent the summer of 2019 as a Summer Associate at EnCap Flatrock Midstream, a venture capital firm that invests in the midstream sector of North America’s oil and gas industry. Abby graduated from the University of Kansas, with distinction, earning a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
Jill Langlas is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, she worked at Chevron Phillips Chemical company, where she held roles as an operations and project engineer at a petrochemicals facility in Sweeny, TX. Jill holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas and has experience building Formula SAE racecars (combustion & electric).
Philip is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, he spent a summer at Denham Capital as a Summer Associate. The majority of his experience was at Newfield Exploration, where he spent three years working in operations and three years in Corporate Strategy and M&A. Philip graduated from The University of Texas with a BS in Petroleum Engineering and a BBA in Business Honors with highest and high honors respectively.
Trey is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. He worked at The Boston Consulting Group before starting at HBS and has experience in the energy and consumer practices, with projects in growth strategy, retail operations, procurement, and operating model development. Trey graduated with a B.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Georgia Tech and has performed research on biofuels, solar thermal generation, and fuel cells.
Swati is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, she worked in the Oil and Gas sector for seven years at Transocean in US, Norway and South East Asia region. She held positions in Rig Asset Management and Global Supply Chain Management in upstream. In the summer of 2019, she worked as summer consultant at BCG, Houston. Swati graduated from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) with B.Tech in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering and a minor in Social Entrepreneurship. She grew up in the city of lakes Bhopal, India.
Ian is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, he worked at Shell in Norway as a Flow Assurance Engineer focused on optimizing and improving production, HSSE, and operations for key deep-water platforms. He previously held roles in Asia Pacific as an engineer focused on delivering robust technical solutions for challenging deepwater projects. In the summer of 2019, he worked as a summer associate at Mckinsey Houston. Ian graduated First class honors with Distinction from the University of Cambridge (UK) with MA and MEng in Chemical Engineering. He grew up in Kuching, Malaysia.
Nathan is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. He is passionate about the energy and transportation sectors and will continue to work on the adoption and proliferation of innovative, sustainable technology. Before HBS, Nathan worked at Tesla in the Bay Area primarily on the residential energy business and at Accenture Strategy in NYC advising utilities. In the summer of 2019, he worked as a Commercialization and Innovation Intern at Energy Impact Partners. Nathan graduated from Northwestern University (WCAS ‘13) with a B.A. in Environmental Sciences (Science Track) and Economics. He grew up in Ann Arbor, MI.
Taylor is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, she worked for five years in the solar industry, most recently at Sol Systems, a solar finance and development company focused on commercial- and utility-scale projects. She led Sol Systems’ entry into several domestic markets and worked to negotiate and close solar power purchase agreement projects with schools, municipal utilities, and corporations across the United States. She graduated with a B.A. from Princeton University, where she researched and recommended ways for the school to lower its carbon footprint.
Alex is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, Alex was an analyst at Encourage Capital, an impact investing firm in New York. While at Encourage, he focused on investment opportunities related to the growing supply-demand imbalance of water in the US, including opportunities in farming, ranching, and municipal water management. During this past summer Alex worked with Calpine, an IPP based in Houston, on renewable energy development. Alex graduated from Cornell University with a B.A. in Economics and Sociology.
Reggie Smith is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS he worked at Johnson Controls where he developed large energy conservation and solar projects. Most recently, he led the development engineering for an energy storage start-up business within the company. He spent the Summer of 2019 at Marathon Capital and Eventide Asset Management doing investment banking in clean energy and investing in clean energy-related companies, respectively. Reggie graduated summa cum laude with a B.S./M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University. He grew up in Philadelphia and enjoys studying the weather.
Laura Pareja-Restrepo is a student in the MBA Class of 2020. Prior to HBS, Laura was chief of staff to the CEO at Ecopetrol, Colombia’s national oil company, where she worked with teams and projects across the company’s upstream, midstream and downstream segments. In the summer of 2019, Laura worked at Goldman Sachs in Houston in the Investment Banking / Natural Resources Group. She holds a B.S. in Economics from Universidad de los Andes and a M.S. in Economics from the same university.
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