Experience professional with corporate and nonprofit experience focused on developing responsible renewable generation.
Electric markets, energy efficiency, utility business models, electric policy and regulation
Coursework: Modeling for Energy Systems, Resource Economics, Microgrids, Energy Law, Energy and the Environment, Advanced Corporate Finance, Power Markets, GIS, Energy Technologies
Majors: History of Math and Science, Philosophy
Guided three municipalities and school districts to complete State Energy Audits on 20 buildings, saving tens of thousands in annual energy costs. Led community effort to get 5% of local businesses to take advantage of state energy efficiency incentives, saving 225,000 kWh a year. June – August 2017
Developed and managed new client relationships in North American markets, grew new accounts by 19% in product development and brand strategy consulting. Created email marketing strategy to convert prospective clients into customers. Managed extensive CRM database, Salesforce, allowing for informed customer engagement from sales team. Advanced strategic goals of the department to exceed growth expectations by 5%. 2015-2016
Business Development Agent , GB Properties, New York, NY
Reduced ‘soft costs’ of client procurement and transaction times. Ensured accurate listings to maintain client information and identify opportunities for customer growth. Addressed client questions and concerns from first contact through lease signing. 2015-2016
Co-president, Energy Club
The Future of Utility-Scale Solar in North Carolina, 2016–2030, Class Project
• Wrote the policy analysis and created the CO2 emissions modeling projections
Revolutionary Power: A Look at Cuba’s Energy Future
• Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition - Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
• Analyzed potential for Cuba-specific energy technologies such as wind, solar, and biofuels.
Lighting Africa: Targeting Credit Risk as a Barrier to Scale
• Duke Global Challenge, Runner-Up – Written report and presentation on ways that perception of credit risk limits solar growth in rural agrarian communities in West Africa.