Esteban Angel MPA '19
Accenture - Mexico City, Mexico
Engaging with professors is one of the most important things one should do to take full advantage of the Master. EE professors are particularly very open to meet with students and help them in their professional life.
Kirsten Holland MPA '19
Offshore Wind at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center - Boston, MA, USA
The Energy and Environment Concentration at SIPA afforded me the opportunity to change careers and build out subject-matter expertise in renewable energy, while gaining broad knowledge of the interconnected nature of global energy and climate systems. EE courses, speakers, and events were instrumental to my academic and professional development during my time at SIPA, providing the rigor and skill-set necessary to pursue a career in climate and clean energy policy.
Alejandro Valdez MPA '19
Wood Mackenzie - Houston, USA
The energy network at SIPA EE helped me get to where I am now.
Scott Belding MPA '19
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
SIPA is a big program, but the Energy & Environment cohort seemed perfectly sized: small enough to build a sense of peer community, yet large enough to support that community and offer plenty of desirable courses.
Lindsay Cherry MPA '18
Solar Analyst, Renewable Technologies Team
Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables (formerly Greentech Media Research)
SIPA provided me with the tools to develop the analytical skills I needed to work in renewables research.
Mac Farrell MPA '18
ICF, Energy Markets Consultant
The coursework I took in pursuit of the energy and environment concentration taught me the intricate language of the energy industry, which I now use on a daily basis. My time at SIPA taught me concepts, skills and best practices that are critical in the work that I do and the career I hope to have making the energy industry more sustainable.
Jeff Lepley MPA '18
Business Development Associate
The SIPA classroom taught me how various energy applications are connected and utilized, the value of wholesale electricity markets and how to navigate the policy surrounding new developments. But it was the specific client engagements I received through my Capstone and Hacking for Energy projects that gave me the practical experience that I find myself using on a daily basis.
Abraham (Abe) Wapner MPA '18
Coalition for Green Capital
The EE program at SIPA introduced me to a world-class network of passionate, intelligent people working in clean energy.