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

Verónica Cortés
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Master of Environmental Management & Master of Business Administration '20

 ENERGY WEEK CO-CHAIR 

Verónica is interested in a career focused on the development and application of smart city infrastructure to promote more efficient uses of natural resources. Prior to school, she worked as an environmental engineer on water infrastructure and water quality projects. 

Annie Jung
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Master of Environmental Management '20

 ENERGY WEEK CO-CHAIR 

Annie is interested in the development of renewable energy in the context of the current energy mix transition. Leveraging her past work experience in management consulting, Annie is looking forward to exploring new optimal market opportunities for renewable energy.

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

 MARKETING CO-CHAIR 

Panayiotis is interested in the project management and development of renewable energy sites. He wants to use his background in process analysis and project management to help lead the sustainable energy transition.

Alexis Schuster
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Master of Environmental Management '20

 MARKETING CO-CHAIR 

Alexis is interested in the nexus of renewable energy and public engagement. She strives to use her background in public relations and marketing to move energy projects forward by alleviating concerns of surrounding communities and working to appease stakeholders.

Janine Holloway
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Master of Business Administration '20

 CONFERENCE CO-CHAIR 

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

 CONFERENCE CO-CHAIR 

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.

Adeyemi Oginni
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Master of Business Administration '20

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

Adeyemi has worked for many years on developing sustainable, affordable and reliable energy projects as a catalyst for development. Building on his experience as a strategy consultant, he is now pursuing opportunities to finance and develop energy systems using clean fuels and novel technologies.

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

 EEMCC CO-CHAIR 

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.

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.

Advisors

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