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
Amanda is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Amanda was an investor at Generate Capital, a specialty finance company focused in resource productivity technologies across energy, water, and materials. At Generate, she focused on energy storage, solar thermal, and solar PV investments. Amanda has also been management consultant at McKinsey & Co. where she was part of the Digital practice. She holds a B.ASc. from the University of British Columbia where she majored in Mechanical Engineering and specialized in Mechatronics.
Greg is member of the HBS Class of 2018. Prior to HBS, he worked for ExxonMobil in a variety of roles including a site-based facilities engineering assignment in Wyoming, a stint in natural gas marketing in Houston, and as an energy policy regulatory analyst. Greg graduated from the University of Kansas with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Economics, where he also conducted research in algal biofuels and founded the KU Energy Club.
Brittany is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Brittany was working in various roles within the oil and gas industry. These roles included three years at Shell working as a Completion Engineer covering land and deepwater Gulf of Mexico assets. Brittany also worked in Business Development for Frank’s International, a casing and tubing running service provider. Brittany holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University.
Molly is a second-year student at Harvard Business School. Over the summer, Molly worked at NextEra Energy Resources, focusing on battery storage solutions as well as solar project development. Prior to HBS, Molly worked as an environmental consultant, helping large energy companies, government agencies, and utilities identify and reduce the environmental impacts of their projects. Most recently, she co-founded an environmental consulting firm with three colleagues, and she continues to server on the Board of Directors. Molly graduated magna cum laude from Pomona College with a degree in Environmental Science and Economics. She enjoys backpacking, painting, and singing.
Andrew is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Andrew worked as a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Co in San Francisco where he served multiple clients in the Utilities and Private Equity spaces. Before joining Bain, Andrew worked in research with the Thermal Hydraulics Lab at UC Berkeley developing next generation nuclear reactors.
Eun Gi is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Most recently, Eun Gi worked for 8minutenergy Renewables in their project financing group on various capital raising efforts. Prior to 8minutenergy, Eun Gi worked for Nomura Securities as an investment banker. Eun Gi graduated with a B.S. in Operations Research Engineering from Cornell University.
Prior to HBS, Barrett worked as a sales manager on the distributed generation team at SunEdison where he was responsible for originating sites and power purchase agreement for new greenfield and brownfield development and negotiating project acquisitions for commercial & industrial sized solar installations in New England. Prior to SunEdison he worked as an Associate at BCG and worked with clients in the retail and healthcare space. Barrett graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Chemistry and a minor in Environmental Studies.
Shannon O’Connell, P.E., LEED AP, is a first year MBA student at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Shannon was the Deputy Director of Sustainability at Parsons Corporation, an international engineering and construction management firm. She served a number of public and private clients, providing sustainability engineering solutions including energy assessments, photovoltaic energy system design and construction management, LEED certification, and carbon footprint assessments. Shannon holds a B.S. degree in Environmental Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Hunter is a second-year student at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he worked in banking for Wells Fargo Energy Group and in investment management for BlackGold Capital Management LP. Most recently, he interned with Evercore to provide M&A advisory services to oil and gas companies. Hunter received his Master of Finance, Energy Specialization and BSM from Tulane University, where he was a member of the varsity baseball team.
Maria is a member of the Harvard Business School Class of 2018. Prior to HBS, Maria spent 5 years working in a variety of roles for EnerNOC, a cleantech company focused on demand response and energy intelligence software. Maria graduated from NYU with a degree in Economics, and a focus on Energy Economics, culminating in a senior thesis that explored the impact of intermittent renewables on dynamic power pricing schemes. Maria stays active in the Boston cleantech scene and plans to work in the energy industry after school.
Jon is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Jon worked at REsurety, a fintech startup that created specialized finance instruments for wind farms. Before joining REsurety, Jon worked in operations at EnerNOC, supporting EnerNOC’s demand response and energy management offerings. He earned his B.A. from Harvard in Earth and Planetary Sciences and spent time after graduation researching climate dynamics at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Brock worked over seven years with ExxonMobil contributing across the Upstream value-chain, supporting domestic marketing strategies, corporate portfolio prioritization, and international asset acquisitions. In his most recent role, he managed a production P&L generating revenues of $55M in 2015, an experience which led him to HBS to chase his dream of launching an E&P company.
A Chemical Engineering graduate of Auburn University, Brock sits on the Chemical Engineering Alumni Council for his alma mater. He and his wife of eight years, Laura Ann, are committed to improving access to STEM education, endowing four full-tuition scholarships benefitting Auburn engineering.
Robert is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Robert worked as an engineer managing the quality activities for Schlumberger’s perforating shaped charge manufacturing business unit. Robert graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering, where he interned with BP, Baker Hughes, and Ford Motor Company.
Stan is a student in the MBA Class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Stan worked as a Project Manager at Rosatom - Russian State Nuclear Energy Corporation, where he was focusing on international projects, innovations, and strategy communication. He worked on developing an organizational structure for the new overseas business stream and helped to established business processes for two international Build-Own-Operate nuclear power plants in Turkey and in Finland. Prior to Rosatom, Stan worked in Downstream Strategy at Russian oil majors, such as Rosneft and TNK-BP. Starting his career as a management consultant in 2011, Stan did projects mostly in energy and utilities sectors. Outside of his professional interests, Stan is a big fan of watersports and enjoys kitesurfing.
Stan graduated with a M.S. degree in Financial Economics from Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
Deviyani is a student in the MBA class of 2018 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Deviyani was a Project Leader at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where she worked on a number of strategic and operational projects across the Energy industry. Before BCG, Deviyani worked for 5 years at ExxonMobil in the downstream Refining & Chemical businesses.
Deviyani graduated with a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, having also spent a year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Throughout her career, Deviyani has been deeply passionate about improving access and opportunities for women in Energy.
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