DUKE UNIVERSITY ENERGY CONFERENCE

ENERGY CONFERENCE TEAM

Over the past year, energy minded MBA students have come together to coordinate and execute the 11th annual Duke University Energy Conference. Check out the dedicated Energy Conference team below:

Conference Co-Chairs

Janine Holloway
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Master of Business Administration '20

Janine is focusing her studies on strategy and energy finance to understand how renewable and clean energy technology will continue to transform the future of the energy industry. She will leverage past experience at an energy data start-up and future at a large-scale clean energy firm to expand renewables in the U.S.

Stuart Styles, CFA
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Master of Business Administration '20

Stuart spends his time developing his investment acumen to better evaluate opportunities within the complex intersection between the finance and energy industries. He intends to combine these lessons learned along with his experiences in capital markets to provide holistic & impactful financial solutions to energy companies.

Conference Team 

Katie Davis
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 Content Chair 

Katie is interested in grid infrastructure transformation with renewable and DER

integration. Her background is in operations and project management. She hopes to combine

her industry experience and decision analysis coursework for energy portfolio planning.

Davis Guebert
Davis Guebert
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21
Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 Content Chair 

 Content Chair 

Davis is passionate about renewable energy project development and management. He intends to explore energy projects with solar and wind to creatively navigate solutions to help accelerate our renewable energy transition.  

Davis is passionate about renewable energy project development and management. He intends to explore energy projects with solar and wind to creatively navigate solutions to help accelerate our renewable energy transition.  

Kat Horan
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 Content Chair 

With a background in water resources, Kat plans to use finance as a tool to address energy security issues relating to the water-energy nexus. With drought and storm intensities expected to increase, she is interested in innovative technology and infrastructure investments that promote resilience.  

Chris Lazinski
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 General Logistics 

Chris is interested in the development and management of renewable energy projects, energy storage solutions, and electric vehicle infrastructure. With a focus on finance, he intends to steer the changing energy industry towards a zero-carbon future.  

Eamon Marley
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Master of Business Administration '21

General Logistics

Eamon is interested in the development of renewable energy projects with a particular focus on how clean energy can help reduce the carbon footprints of large commercial and industrial players. He intends to leverage his background covering the utilities sector as a credit research analyst to help energy generators identify and execute on solutions.

Anna Epstein
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Master of Business Administration '21

 Marketing 

Anna is interested in renewable energy development and storage solutions. She hopes to combine her past experience in renewable energy policy and water resource management with corporate strategy coursework to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy. 

Keisuke Kobayashi
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Master of Business Administration '21

 A/V 

Keisuke has worked for global infrastructure developments and investments at a Japanese conglomerate. Leveraging his experience, he is pursuing project development opportunities of battery/DER/microgrid which will transform renewable energy into baseload. 

ENERGY CLUB CO-CHAIRS

Varun Saluja, CFA
Varun Saluja, CFA
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Master of Business Administration '20
Master of Business Administration '20

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

Varun is interested in infrastructure investment and especially interested in frontier generation technologies, and is leveraging his previous experiences in project development and capital markets and his studies at business school to establish a career in project finance and development.

Varun is interested in infrastructure investment and especially interested in frontier generation technologies and is leveraging his previous experiences in project development and capital markets and his studies at business school to establish a career in project finance and development.

Alexandra Wein
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Master of Business Administration '20

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

Alex is focusing her studies on energy finance to understand how climate change is transforming global business. Alex will use her past experience as a data analyst for an energy consulting firm and future experience in energy investment banking to provide data-based solutions for  the world’s largest power and utility companies.

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