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Meet the Team

Teacher-scholars and practitioners on the leading edge of theory and practice.

Center Team


Erin Mansur

Revers Professor of Business Administration; Faculty Director, Revers Center for Energy; Area Chair, Economics

Erin Mansur is an economist whose research focuses on topics of energy economics, environmental economics, and industrial organization. He teaches classes on energy economics. Current research examines the labor market implications of hydrofracturing, the environmental effects of electric cars, how natural gas prices affect electricity markets, and how mergers affect competition in electricity markets. He is also a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).

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Andrew A. King

Professor of Business Administration

Professor Andrew A. King conducts research on a number of topics related to business strategy. He is well known for his publications on business and the natural environment but he believes that his biggest impact has been as a mentor and advisor. His students are now distinguished academics and leaders at top institutions throughout the world.

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Anant K. Sundaram

Clinical Professor of Business Administration

Anant Sundaram teaches Corporate Valuation and Business and Climate Change at Tuck. His areas of expertise are business valuation, M&A, corporate governance, and financial strategies for profitable growth.

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Patrick Adasa T’19

Patrick Adasa is a T’19 at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he spent 6.5 years with GE in their Power Generation and Oil & Gas business divisions, primarily in engineering roles. Patrick is passionate about power generation and over the summer will work as a summer associate at Peter J. Solomon, a boutique Investment bank, in their Power & Infrastructure group. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from University of New Orleans and a master of engineering degree from North Carolina State University. Patrick has an engineering publication and one U.S. patent to his name.  

Mark Barosky T’19

Mark Barosky is a T’19 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Mark started as the fifth employee at Boston-based clean technology firm Cambrian Innovation, where, over five years, he co-invented, scaled and successfully brought to market a waste-to-energy technology. Mark’s advancement through Cambrian spanned across research, engineering, and business development functions, learning first-hand how to build, scale, and sell a disruptive clean technology. In addition to scaling Cambrian’s technology from something that could fit into your hands into an industrial-scale system that turns wastewater into usable resources, Mark developed other products such as Cambrian’s Industrial Water Audit and the financial model for the industry’s first “wastewater-as-a-service” agreement, worth over $50M in revenue and ushering in a new, competitive way to finance clean technology. Over the summer, Mark will work with JP Morgan’s Technology Investment Banking group. Mark holds a B.S. in applied physics from Providence College and a B.S. in environmental engineering from Columbia University.

James Giampietro T’19

James Giampietro is a T’19 and a Revers Center for Energy Student Fellow. Prior to Tuck, James was a consultant at California Environmental Associates. There he advised leading organizations such as The World Bank, The Rockefeller Foundation, Nestle, and private investors on developing grant or investment-based solutions to a broad range of global environmental issues, such as energy siting and deforestation. Before CEA, James worked in the Beyond Coal Campaign at the Sierra Club, the oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization in the U.S., leading energy policy research. Over the summer James worked at Autodesk focused on impact investing in climate change mitigation and artificial intelligence. At Tuck James is also a Director of the Tuck Social Venture Fund, a student-led VC fund that invests in promising early-stage startups, where he focuses on energy-related investments. James holds a B.A. in philosophy from Middlebury College.

Kevin Griffith T’19

Kevin Griffith is a T’19 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck. As a Revers fellow, he plans to conduct research related to the electricity sector and the adoption of electric vehicles, and hopes to gain exposure to the autonomous driving industry. Prior to Tuck, Kevin was a senior associate consultant at Bain & Company. While at Bain, he spent most of his time in the company’s Industrial Goods & Services and Technology practice areas and worked on projects related to corporate strategy, M&A, and sustainability. Kevin completed his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering at Dartmouth College.

Owen Jones T’19

Owen Jones is a T’19 at Tuck and a current Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Owen worked for ExxonMobil Corporation in civil engineering, project management, and business support roles in Houston, Texas, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Papua New Guinea. Over the summer, Owen will intern in the Natural Resources group at Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division. Owen is also a co-chair of the Finance Club and Tuck Literati, and a Tuck Center for Leadership student fellow. Owen holds a B.S. in civil engineering from Cornell University.

Mathew O’Sullivan T’19

Mathew O’Sullivan is a T’19 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Mathew worked at CrossBoundary—a frontier markets investment firm—where he advised on off-grid energy projects and helped to establish Africa’s first dedicated fund for Commercial & Industrial solar. Mathew began his career as a Princeton in Asia fellow at XacBank, in the company’s Eco Banking Department. At Tuck, Mathew is focused on deepening his knowledge of finance in the power and utilities sector. His work at Tuck has included analyzing wholesale electricity prices for Cypress Creek Renewables and helping the Town of Hanover to assess potential community solar solutions. Mathew will spend his summer as an associate on Citigroup’s Power & Utilities investment banking team. He holds a B.A. in English and Politics from Washington & Lee University.

Vengatesh Muralidharan T’19

Vengatesh Muralidharan is a T’19 at Tuck. He hails from India, where he graduated with a chemical engineering degree. Vengatesh joined the Royal Dutch Shell group after graduation as a front-end engineer for upstream oil and gas projects. He worked in Bangalore and Russia during his time with Shell and worked on both capital projects as well as operations improvement projects for fields in Brunei, Malaysia, Iraq and Russia. Vengatesh is passionate about oil and gas as well as renewable energy industries and is interested in the role of big energy firms in the changing nature of the energy industry. He will intern with Verogy—a solar startup based out of Hartford—to get exposed to the renewable side of the energy industry.

Aygul Sanzyapova T’19

Aygul Sanzyapova is a T’19 at Tuck, where she is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. At Tuck, she has worked on an independent study for New Energy Capital on a Greenhouse Gas Net Impact Report of clean energy assets and acquired knowledge on various methodologies of carbon offset calculation and gained a first-hand insight into renewable energy industry. For her First-Year Project, Aygul has worked on a team of five fellow Tuck students for Cypress Creek Renewables and performed qualitative research and analysis of forward market price drivers on ERCOT, PJM and NYISO markets, examined forward-looking scenarios and recommended market share growth strategy to the client. Prior to Tuck, she managed finance and operations at a chain of medical clinics in Russia, helped to launch a fashion e-commerce startup and managed finance and business development strategy for a wholesale seafood company. She is very passionate about clean tech and renewable energy and determined to transition into renewable energy finance role after graduating from Tuck. Aygul is also a co-chair of Tuck Sustains, Tuck Pride and Russian Speaking MBA Retreat. She holds a B.S. in economics and international affairs from National Research University—Higher School of Economics, and AAS with high honors in marketing from Parsons the New School for Design.

Tom Savory T’19

Tom Savory is a T’19 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck. Prior to Tuck he spent seven years working on emerging markets in consulting, investment banking and at the British government. His previous experience in the energy field was through political risk and corporate communications consulting projects for oil and gas firms operating in Sub-Saharan Africa. At Tuck, he has worked with New Energy Capital on greenhouse gas impact reporting and studied electric vehicles in Norway and the U.S. for his First-Year Project. During the summer, Tom will work in the strategy department at Irving Oil. He has an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Leeds and a master’s degree in International Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.

Ángel Sevilla Padron T’19

Ángel Sevilla Padron is a T’19 at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he spent five years at the Volkswagen Group, where he held different positions in Spain and Germany and had the opportunity to set up a new energy management and trading department within the group in Spain. He worked defining and implementing a trading strategy for the energy supplies of all factories and developed all necessary decision-making processes before transitioning to general management in Operations. Over the summer, Ángel will be interning in a consulting role as a summer associate at Mckinsey & Company. Ángel is passionate about accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy from the side of power generation and about energy markets. He holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering with a major in energy engineering from Universidad de Sevilla and the Technical University of Munich.

Flora Tian T’19

Flora Tian is a T’19 at Tuck, where she is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, she spent six years with an upstream EPCI company, McDermott. She worked in Business Planning, Commercial and Strategy divisions based in Singapore and Malaysia, focusing on market analysis, investment assessments, strategic initiatives and partnerships. Over the summer, Flora will be working as a summer associate at Danaher. She holds a B.E. in chemical engineering from National University of Singapore and a M.S. in operations management from Singapore Management University.

Constantine Triantafyllides T’19

Constantine Triantafyllides is a T’19 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck. Prior to Tuck, he worked for Apache Corporation as a drilling engineer. Most of his experience was in the field working on the Alpine High project in the Delaware Basin of West Texas. During the summer, Constantine will work on the Natural Resources team at Morgan Stanley’s Investment Banking Division. Constantine loves the outdoors and is an avid soccer player. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Virginia.

Student Stories

Constantine Triantafyllides T'19

I’ve always wanted to study in a small community. I am originally from Athens, Greece, but I came to the States for college and studied engineering at the University of Virginia. I loved my time there. It was the real college experience.

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Josh Hotvet T'18

I came to Tuck from the military, the United States Marine Corps, where I spent my entire adult life. I learned so many important skills and I loved every second of my time in the Marine Corps. But I didn’t get the hard business and quantitative skills I needed. I wanted to be able to bolster the experiences I had in the military, which were very heavy in leadership and analytical problem solving, with the hard quantitative skills—finance, accounting, marketing—that an MBA offers. I also wanted the time and space to explore the renewable industry, which has always interested me. Coming to a full-time MBA program like Tuck gave me the opportunity to fully explore the industry and to gain a very solid foundation of business knowledge and experience. I came to Tuck with zero experience in energy.

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Danielle Musa T'17


The central thread in my Tuck experience is what I’d call values-driven business. I believe most people would like to “do well while doing good.” I wanted to dive deep into what that meant, understanding the many ways businesses aim to do this, and developing my own definition.

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Mathew O’Sullivan T'19

Business school is an opportunity to strengthen my finance skillset and expand my knowledge of infrastructure investments beyond frontier markets. I was an English and politics major at Washington & Lee University, and shortly after graduation I found myself working at a Mongolian bank—with no finance experience whatsoever. I taught myself some rudimentary modeling, and after spending over a year in Mongolia I continued to pursue my interest in infrastructure finance by joining CrossBoundary, a frontier markets investment firm with offices across Africa and in Washington, DC. I learned a lot at CrossBoundary. And I discovered that if I wanted to have a deeper understanding of the transactions I was advising on, I needed an MBA.

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Nick Ritter T'17


Before Tuck, I worked in a very technical field: electrical engineering. Many of my managers were MBAs, and they told me the value of taking a step back for a couple years to get an eagle eye view of the industry, the many roles that exist within each industry, and have a chance to focus on what the perfect fit is for me in terms of a career. Beyond that, I wanted to be able to round out my education and develop myself as a person.

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Alumni Stories

Elyse Allan

Former CEO, GE Canada

GE Canada CEO Elyse Allan D’79, T’84 is helping advance the company’s innovation agenda one good idea at a time.

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Sarah Barpoulis

board member, SemGroup Corporation

Sarah Barpoulis T'91 credits Tuck for a style that lends itself to constructive debate, consensus building, and empowering others, which she sees as the key attributes of successful board members. 

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John Casesa

Senior Advisor, Guggenheim Partners; former Group Vice President, Global Strategy, Ford Motor Company

From a young age, John Casesa T’86, vice president of global strategy at Ford, was drawn to the automobile industry.

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Phil Giudice

CEO, Ambri

Phil Giudice T'85 is CEO of AMBRI, a Boston-based startup chasing the Holy Grail of renewable energy: cheap, reliable, and massively scalable electricity storage.

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Thad Hill

President & CEO, Calpine

As the president and CEO of Calpine, a Fortune 500 power generator and retailer, Thad Hill T’95 is doing exactly what he envisioned when he came to Tuck in 1993.

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Neil “Dutch” Kuyper

President & CEO, Parker Ranch, Inc.

Dutch Kuyper T’92 wants to turn Parker Ranch, a 130,000-acre cattle operation and piece of Hawaiian history, into a model of sustainability.

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Mike Miskovsky

CEO and president, InEVit

Energy entrepreneur Mike Miskovsky T'90 is bullish on the future of electric vehicles even though he doesn’t think much of today’s electric cars.

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Tony Posawatz

President & CEO, Invictus iCAR LLC

Tony Posawatz T’86 is a car guy. The love affair started long before he got his driver’s license—he is from Detroit—but it is still best explained by the independence that four wheels granted him.

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Pace Ralli

co-founder and CEO, Clean Marine Energy

Pace Ralli T'09 came to Tuck after the 2003 blackout inspired a career change from corporate finance to energy.

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Daniel Revers

Managing Partner & Co-Founder, ArcLight Capital Partners; Tuck Board of Advisors

The new Revers Center for Energy, made possible by Daniel Revers T'89, expands Tuck’s energy programming in the classroom and beyond.

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Damali Rhett

Executive Director, The Energy Co-op

Damali Rhett D’99, T’06, executive director of nonprofit The Energy Co-op, is helping Philadelphians increase their renewable energy use for a sustainable future.

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Kinya Seto

CEO, Lixil Corporation

CEO of Lixil Corporation Kinya Seto T'96 is leveraging his entrepreneurial smarts to tackle the global sanitation crisis.

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Andrew Smith

Founder & CEO, ATDynamics, Inc.

Andrew Smith T'07 chose Tuck first because he was looking for a beautiful environment where he could spend time thinking about how to maximize his impact on big challenges in the world.

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Eric Spiegel

Former CEO, Siemens USA

People call Eric Spiegel T'87 the most natural leader they’ve ever met. Now CEO of Siemens USA, a global electronics and engineering powerhouse, he gets to lead on the issues that matter most. To his company and the country.

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Lee Taylor

Co-founder and CEO, REsurety, Inc.

Lee Taylor T’12, co-founder and CEO of REsurety, is helping to redefine the way energy companies approach risk in the promising but volatile wind energy industry.

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Robert Wallace

president and CEO, BITHENERGY

Robert Wallace T'84 is a Baltimore-born entrepreneur who has written six books and runs three companies focusing on information technology, executive coaching, and most recently, renewable energy.

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Michaela LeBlanc Weber

Consultant, Bain & Company

Several times a month, Michaela (LeBlanc) Weber T’15 trades in her business suit for a bright orange jumpsuit, hard hat, and steel-toed boots.

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