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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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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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Melisa Aslan T’21

Melisa Aslan is a T’21 Revers Center for Energy fellow. Prior to Tuck, Melisa worked in Oil & Gas as a production planning engineer for TUPRAS (Turkish Petroleum Refineries) in Turkey. Over the summer, she will be interning at Amazon working with AWS Sales Strategy and Planning team as a Sr. Program Manager. At Tuck, Melisa is a student board member (J-Board), a leadership fellow, co-chairs for WIB and Tuck Gives, and was a member of UCLA Energy case competition team. She holds a B.S in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University.

Christopher Bell T’21

Chris Bell is a T’21 at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow.  Prior to Tuck, Chris worked as an engineer in energy efficiency and oil spill prevention for Plains All American Pipeline in Houston, TX.  Over the summer, he will be interning at Innosight, a management consulting company.  At Tuck, Chris has been a member of the Duke Energy in Emerging Markets case competition team, is a Tripod Hockey captain, and enjoys exploring the great outdoors around Hanover.  He holds a B.S in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.

Stylianos Chasapopoulos T’21

Stylianos Chasapopoulos is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he worked in the EMEA accounting headquarters of UPS in Ireland, where he was primarily responsible for UPS Spain and UPS Portugal. He began his career with KPMG in Greece, as an auditor primarily focused on the insurance sector. During the Greek financial crisis in 2015, Stylianos participated in the European Central Bank’s audit of the systemic banks of Greece. At Tuck, he has demonstrated keen interest in renewable and nuclear energy and also participated in the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition at Duke. This summer, Stylianos will work as a Summer Associate with the Global Industrials Group at Bank of America’s Investment Banking Division. Stylianos holds an undergraduate degree in International Economics, Management and Finance from Bocconi

Colin Cinder T’21

Colin Cinder is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Colin spent four years at Cambridge Associates, an investment advisory firm, where he worked on private equity portfolio construction and investment due diligence. In this role, Colin gained exposure across the energy spectrum – ranging from renewables to traditional oil and gas. Over the summer, Colin will intern at Boston Consulting Group. At Tuck, Colin is a Co-Chair of Tuck Sustains and the CMO of theBox food truck. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Boston College.

Ethan Dobbs T’21

Ethan Dobbs is a T’21 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy. Prior to Tuck, Ethan was a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Company. While at Bain, he spent most of his time in the firm’s Energy & Natural Resources practice and worked on projects related to corporate strategy, operations, and customer experience. Over the summer, Ethan will be consulting for a non-profit. He holds a B.A. in Mathematical Economic Analysis from Rice University.

Caleb Dorfman T’21

Caleb Dorfman is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. He spent the decade prior to Tuck working at the intersection of the energy and investment industries. Immediately prior to Tuck, he covered energy investments for Columbia Threadneedle Investments, a global investment manager with ~$500 billion in assets under management. While specializing in the Refining, Coal, Marine Transportation, and Alternative Energy subsectors, he covered the entire energy value chain and also worked on energy macro forecasting. Prior to that, he worked for Simmons & Company International, the energy-only investment bank. There, he was the lead sell-side equity research analyst covering the Coal and Alternative Energy subsectors. Prior to Simmons, he was an Investment Analyst at DC Energy, a proprietary investment fund focused on Power. He also gained experience as a Summer Analyst at GE Energy Financial Services, where he invested in private equity and project finance debt for energy infrastructure. At Tuck, he is the Student Board’s Academic Chair, is an Ayres Private Equity Fellow, and is a co-chair of the Investment and Sailing Clubs. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Yale University, where he was on the varsity sailing team.

Anna Douglas T’21

Anna Douglas is a T’21 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck.  Previously, she served as a surface warfare officer in the U.S. Navy for seven years, over four of which were spent at sea on guided-missile destroyers.  Anna will be interning as a summer associate in business development at Cypress Creek Renewables in Santa Monica, CA.  She holds a B.S. in Business Management from University of South Florida.

William Geyer T’21

Will Geyer is a T’21 and Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Will worked at a small investment firm, DC Energy, developing models to trade power and gas futures. His main coverage area was intra-month power prices in PJM and ERCOT, but he also led the team’s expansion of long-term trading strategies with European power hubs in Germany and France. At Tuck, Will has continued to expand his knowledge of the energy industry through visiting speakers, treks, and experiential learning opportunities. In November, he led a team of 5 Tuckies to compete at the Michigan Ross Renewable Energy Case Competition; with a detailed market sizing analysis of the integration of grid-scale storage and smart thermostats, the team reached the competition’s semifinal round. This summer, Will is headed to a boutique consulting firm, Mars & Co, that focuses on data-driven strategy. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Energy Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.

Andy Hsin Han Mok T’21

Andy Mok is a T’21 and Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he spent 6 years working in the financial services industry. Most recently, he was an Investment Associate for SeedPlus Ventures in Singapore and was responsible for prospecting and negotiating potential early-stage investment opportunities across Southeast Asia. Before joining SeedPlus, Andy worked at Morgan Stanley in New York as a Director in the Corporate Treasury department, where he advised the firm’s CFO and Treasurer on the firm’s global unsecured funding execution and liquidity risk management practices. Over the summer, Andy will join Goldman Sachs’ Global Natural Resources Investment Banking Group in New York. He holds a B.B.A. in Accounting from Baruch College, City University of New York.

Weikang Li T’21

Weikang Li is a T21 at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Previously, Weikang worked as country manager for South Korea at Jinko Solar and Commercial Leadership Program associate at GE. Over the summer, he will be interning at the natural resources group at Barclays Investment Bank. At Tuck, Weikang has been a member of the Duke Energy in Emerging Markets case competition team, is a Tuck mentor for Dartmouth undergrads, and enjoys outdoor jogging at Hanover.  He holds a B.S in Petroleum Engineering from University of Wyoming.

Eric Lukas T’21

Eric Lukas is a T'21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he was a Manager with Deloitte in Houston, where he delivered customized strategic workshops for client executives and developed a collaborative online platform for the Deloitte Greenhouse innovation team. Earlier in his Deloitte career, he managed and supported projects that focused on corporate governance strategies, compliance processes, and organizational change with companies in the oil and gas sector. Eric is passionate about developing the next generation of energy and transportation infrastructure, and he has focused his Tuck experience on improving his understanding of finance, power and utilities, and sustainable energy solutions. At Tuck, he was a member of the student team that participated in the 2019 National Energy Finance Case Competition at the University of Texas. He is also a co-chair of the Finance Club and the Private Equity and Venture Capital Club, as well as an Ayres Private Equity Fellow. He holds a B.A. in History from Columbia University and a MPhil. in International Relations from the University of Oxford.

Warren King T’21

Warren King is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Warren spent 6 years in the public sector where he focused on state and federal energy policy. He worked at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment regulating the state’s oil and gas industry and most recently left a position at The Wilderness Society where he helped to build an energy and climate program to mitigate the environmental and social impacts of federal energy production. Warren is passionate about creating more sustainable energy systems and has spent his time at Tuck building expertise in power markets and renewable development. He will build on these interests interning with Cypress Creek Renewables as a Project Developer this summer. When not working, Warren enjoys spending time backpacking and trail running with his fiancé and dog Milo. Warren holds a B.A. in Environmental Policy from Colorado College.

Brandon Koone T’21

Brandon Koone is a T’21 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck. Prior to Tuck, he spent six years as a petroleum landman for Endeavor Natural Gas LP, an independent exploration and production company with operations in south Texas and central Louisiana.  During the summer, Brandon will intern with the Corporate Finance team with Shell in Houston. He holds a B.A. in Government from the University of Virginia.

Cristian Molina Cornejo T’21

Cristian Molina Cornejo is a T’21 and is a Student Fellow at the Revers Center for Energy. Prior to Tuck, Cristian worked at Energeia, a startup focused on corporate strategy, infrastructure investment analysis, and customer behavior analytics with offices in Sydney, Australia and Davis, California. While at Energeia, he helped private equity firms and utilities understand the intersection of new technologies and consumer behavior. During his time at Tuck, Cristian interned with HarbourVest Partners, where he helped the real assets investment team evaluate optimal allocations to their strategies. He is also a co-chair for both the Private Equity and Venture Capital club and the Hispanic American Students at Tuck club. Over the summer, Cristian will intern with the New Energies team at Shell. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Davis.

Irvinder Noor Singh T’21

Irvinder Noor Singh is a T’21 at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Irvinder spent 6 years with Shell in India, Netherlands and Singapore. He worked in innovation and technology development, project deployment, and site operations mainly in the petrochemicals sector. His focus areas included improving energy efficiency and decarbonization, and is passionate about sustainability. Over the summer, he will work as a summer associate at McKinsey & Co. in Houston. Outside of work, Irvinder is an avid runner, and enjoys exploring the great outdoors around Hanover.  At Tuck, Irvinder is also a Consulting Club Co-Chair. He holds a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India.

Mark Orloff T’21

Mark Orloff is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck he worked as a management consultant at Bain & Company, where he will return upon graduation.  Mark worked on projects for clients across multiple parts of the energy value chain, including midstream and downstream oil & gas as well as electricity generation and retail.  He is passionate about renewable energy technologies and over the summer will be interning as an Asset Management Intern at Longroad Energy.  At Tuck, Mark is also a Center for Business, Government & Society Nonprofit Board Fellow where he is working with the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, an organization that supports environmental education and research. He holds a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Vanderbilt University.

George Owusu T’21

George Owusu is a T’21 and Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, George worked 6 years at Burns & McDonnell, an engineering consulting firm in Atlanta where he had the chance to work for several of the major power utilities in southeast. At the firm, he worked closely with engineers and managers within the power utility industry and developed a better understanding of the current electricity market and the outlook for the future. He also worked closely with renewable energy producers such as NextEra and helped build solar interconnection substations so that generated power could be connected to the power grid. At Tuck, George is focused on deepening his knowledge of energy markets and renewables development. Over the summer, George will intern in the Power & Utilities group at Bank of America Securities’ Investment Banking Division. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana.

Tiago Rosa T’21

Tiago Rosa is a T’21 and a student fellow at the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck. Prior to Tuck, he worked for Petrobras in Brazil as head of the Planning and Control team in the upstream exploration and production division. In this role, Tiago developed short and long-term financial plans, delivered investment recommendations and assessed the feasibility of large-scale projects. During the summer, Tiago will work on the corporate development team at Spruce Finance and Swift Current Energy. He holds a B.S. in business administration from Federal University of Bahia in Brazil and a Masters in Oil & Gas Business Management from Brazilian Petroleum Institute.

Elisabeth Sum T’21

Elisabeth Sum is a T’21 and a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, Elisabeth was a chief of staff at Pacific Gas & Electric Company, where she most recently worked on transformation and organizational projects. Her roles in Operational Finance, Strategy & Planning, and Emergency Response, enabled her to implement cross-cutting, process improvement initiatives within the company. Elisabeth is passionate about Renewable Energy and the intersection of gender equality for climate sustainability. Over the summer, Elisabeth will join Altman & Vilandrie as a consultant. At Tuck, Elisabeth is the Social Chair for Student Board, a Forte Fellow, and a co-chair for Diversity Conference, Tuck Mentors, Tuck Gives, Tuck Follies, Tuck Dance and Mental Health and Wellness Initiative, and a budding amateur figure skater. Elisabeth holds a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Student Stories

Kevin Yuan T'20

As an engineer, I’ve always liked solving problems. But three years into my engineering career I realized I did not want to pursue it as a profession. I looked around and saw that my managers and the people who were managing projects—the people side of the business—was something that I thoroughly enjoyed. I tried pivoting away from my career without an MBA first, but I was still seen as an engineer. I saw some of my mentors who were equipped with MBAs, and they had gone from an engineer who was good at managing people, to an MBA with an engineering background. The ability to transform my identity was extremely enticing.

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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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Aygul Sanzyapova T'19

While at Tuck, I switched my career to renewable energy finance. It was not an area in which I had experience, but I saw business school as a platform to finally jump into it. Before Tuck, I worked for my family’s business, and before that I had a brief gig in the fashion industry. So, for me, clean tech and corporate finance were both completely new topics that I had to learn from ground zero. Tuck was a perfect place to do that.

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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 Harding

Sales Director, OPower

As executive director of nonprofit The Energy Co-op, Damali Harding D’99, T’06 helped 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, Outrider

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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