ENERGY WEEK TEAM

More than 40 students from across Duke have come together over the course of the past year to make Energy Week at Duke possible. Our team consists of undergraduates, graduates, and staff from nearly every school on campus and a slew of different degree programs. Check out the Energy Week, Energy Conference, Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition and MBA Energy Club leads below, as well as our advisors, who we thank for their continued guidance.

ENERGY WEEK

Will Foster
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '22

 ENERGY WEEK CO-CHAIR 

Will is interested in developing renewable energy and storage projects and in guiding energy companies to use these resources strategically to benefit the grid. Prior to attending Duke, he consulted on largescale environmental contracts for utilities on the West Coast.

Panayiotis Koutsogeorgas
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 ENERGY WEEK CO-CHAIR 

Panayiotis is interested in the project management and development of renewable energy sites. Prior to Duke, he worked at J.P.Morgan and wants to use his background in process analysis and project management to help lead the sustainable energy transition.

Nicole Lococo
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Master of Public Policy '21

 MARKETING CO-CHAIR 

Nicole is a second-year public policy student interested in connections between nutrition, sustainability and wellness. She served as the outreach lead for E-Week 2019, and is looking forward to this year's virtual event and connection opportunities.

Will Slap
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '22

 MARKETING CO-CHAIR 

Will is a second-year MEM/MBA candidate interested in microgrid infrastructure and renewables development. Before returning to school, he worked in television development and production in Los Angeles.

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

 CONFERENCE CHAIR 

Katie is a third-year MEM/MBA candidate interested in grid infrastructure transformation with renewable and DER integration. Her background is in operations and project management.

Zukhruf Amjad
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Master of Environmental Management '21

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

Bio pending.

Hassan Nadeem
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Master of Environmental Management '21

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

Bio pending.

Emily Perry
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '22

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

Emily hopes to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy through a career in social impact. Utilizing her background in science, law, and bioethics, she is interested in helping organizations develop effective corporate sustainability strategies and finance renewable energy and sustainability projects.

Keith Zukowski
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Master of Business Administration '21

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

Keith is a second year MBA candidate interested in a career in renewable energy financing and development. Prior to coming to Duke he worked on the climate and political affairs teams at the Environmental Defense Fund. 

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

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

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

Zoe Ripecky
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '21

 CO-PRESIDENT, ENERGY CLUB 

Zoe is interested in a career focused on transforming the global energy system to incorporate renewables, distributed resources, and other technologies. Prior to Duke, Zoe worked at a DC-based solar energy non-profit and in Ukraine's energy sector as a Fulbright Fellow.

Advisors

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