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
Alona is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Alona was a consultant at the Houston office of the Boston Consulting Group, where she focused in the Energy Practice and worked with Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, and Renewable Energy Clients. Alona spent the Summer of 2018 working on energy storage business development at NextEra Energy, the largest renewable energy company in the world. Alona is very passionate about the energy sector, and hopes to focus her career on helping the world transition to sustainable energy sources. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rice University.
Jonathon is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at HBS. Prior to HBS, Jonathon held executive and operational roles with listed natural resource firms in Australia, Canada and Mongolia. Jonathon has also worked on several public panels focused on sustainability issues in extractive industries with focus on land use, solar PV installations and water use in arid regions. He is passionate about the sustainability of the metals supply chain and its role in bringing online significant electric vehicle fleets and green energy solutions. He holds degrees in Engineering and Business Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia.
Danny is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Danny worked at BHP Billiton Petroleum in various engineering and operations positions. He also spent a year developing a CNG transportation and power generation project in Chad. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University.
Zander is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Zander worked at Tesla/SolarCity as a Strategy and Analytics Manager, most recently running one of their largest customer acquisitions channels, and previously performing market research for new product launches and entry into international markets. Prior to Tesla/SolarCity, Zander worked in Flex’s Corporate Strategy Group, participating in new product introduction, procurement optimization, and Flex’s entry into a new type of segment of renewable technology. Zander graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Environmental Engineering.
Matt is currently an MBA candidate at the Harvard Business School. He was previously on the Business Development team at X: The Moonshot Factory and the Business Development team at Google. He has led partnerships for some of X’s and Google's most exciting new business ideas such as Google Helpouts, Project Loon (access), Project Malta (energy storage), Project Horizon (clean energy), and Google Cultural Institute. Matt also founded The School Fund, an international education nonprofit that crowd-funds secondary school student scholarships throughout the developing world. Matt's work with The School Fund has been featured in Fast Company, The Christian Science Monitor, The Huffington Post, Good Magazine and was recognized by President Clinton at the annual Clinton Global Initiative University meeting.
Andrew Judge is a member of the Harvard Business School Class of 2019. Andrew worked over six years as an upstream petroleum engineer for ExxonMobil where he most recently served as a High Value Initiatives Coordinator supporting the XTO executive team. Prior to HBS, he completed an extended six-month pre-MBA internship at Jefferies focused on oil and gas M&A and returned to Jefferies for his 2018 summer internship. Andrew holds a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas.
Akshar is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he worked at McKinsey & Co., focused on the energy utilities, renewables, and chemicals sectors. He spent several months in Ethiopia working on their electrification strategy and utility operations. Prior to McKinsey, Akshar worked on two start-ups, BioBatts and PedalPower, which both aimed to provide electricity in off-grid villages in north India. Akshar holds a Masters in Chemical Engineering and Bachelors in Chemical Engineering and Economics from MIT.
Bridget is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at HBS. Prior to HBS, Bridget worked for Air Products and Chemicals where she held various engineering and commercial roles. Most recently, she led business development efforts in which she applied industrial gas technology to help refiners produce more sustainably and renewable operators commercialize. Bridget spent the summer of 2018 developing new business models for unlocking the circular economy for recycled plastic at Dow. She is very passionate about the chemicals sector and its potential to responsibly produce the materials needed to tackle the hardest problems of the 21st century. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University.
Andrew is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, Andrew worked as a Facilities Engineer for Chevron’s Major Capital Projects Group in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico. He worked on all aspects of the project life cycle, including engineering, construction, and commissioning for Chevron’s largest Deepwater facility, Jack/St. Malo. Andrew graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Angela is a member of the 2019 MBA class at Harvard Business School. Prior to her MBA, she spent five years working in corporate finance, financial services and internal consulting in the technology sector for Dell, based in Austin, TX and Singapore. She interned in Asset M&A for NextEra Energy Resources and is interested in international and emerging market renewables development and project finance. A Virginia native, Angela graduated from the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill with degrees in business administration and history.
Elliott is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he worked at WPX Energy as a Reservoir Engineer focused on optimizing the development strategy of oil and gas properties in the Permian and Williston Basins. Before joining WPX, Elliott worked at Apache Corporation in a variety of technical, operational, and corporate engineering roles for both onshore and offshore assets. He spent the summer of 2018 working at a privately held industrial holdings company, evaluating investment opportunities and supporting portfolio companies in the upstream and downstream oil and gas services sectors. Elliott holds a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma.
Joshua is a student in the MBA class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he worked at Anheuser-Busch Inbev in manufacturing management, logistics, and process improvement roles in locations around the US. Before Anheuser-Busch Inbev, Joshua was a Project Manager at the New England Consulting Group. Joshua holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Tufts University.
Eric is a student in the MBA Class of 2019 at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he developed his business acumen by synthesizing nanocrystalline ceramics as a research scientist for Saint-Gobain, a large French building material manufacturer. Eric spent the summer of 2018 working in Tesla’s glass supply industrialization team in the Bay Area, where he studied the intimate relationship between tweeting and stock price volatility. He is the proud owner of a French passport and holds a Master in Quantum Physics from École Centrale Paris.
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