Executive Leadership Team (2019-2020)


 

Anoushka Bose
Co-President

Anoushka Bose is one of the Co-Presidents for the MIT Energy Club. She is double majoring in physics and political science and will be graduating in June 2020. Previously, she has served as the Vice President of Operations, as Sponsorship Director, and as the Vice President of External Relations for the MIT Energy Club and its Women in Energy subsidiary. She has worked in both the public and private sectors of energy including most recently at the U.S. Department of State on nuclear energy and security and earlier as an intern with a start-up at Greentown Labs. She plans to pursue a career in nuclear policy, working on both energy and non-proliferation issues.

 

Liam Fenlon
Co-President

Liam Fenlon is a senior studying operations research at MIT Sloan. He spent last summer at Macquarie Capital’s Infrastructure and Energy Group, following internships at Total SA in Geneva and at a cleantech startup in Belgium. Liam previously co-directed the MIT EnergyHack and has organized the Energy Conference and Clean Energy Prize. He is also an Energy Studies Minor and pursued emissions policy research at the MIT Joint Program. Liam hopes to someday bring next-generation energy technologies to market.

 
 

Srimayi Tenali
Co-Vice President, Community & Education
Srimayi Tenali is a Co-VP of Community and Education, and a 2020 S.B. candidate in Mechanical Engineering at MIT. She is primarily interested in the potential of emerging energy technologies for sustainable global development. Most recently, she worked as a Summer Associate for the Boston Consulting Group. Previously, she served as the Managing Director for 2019 Energy Conference and the 2017 Energy Night, and has held numerous positions in the undergraduate energy club.

Jamie Niu

Jamie Niu is a 2020 MBA Candidate at the MIT Sloan School of Management. In addition to the MIT Energy Club, Jamie has been involved in MIT’s energy community as the Showcase Director for the MIT Energy Conference and Events Director of the Clean Energy Prize. Prior to MIT, Jamie was a Business Operations Manager at Tesla, where she worked on cross-functional projects to create scalable processes during the Model 3 ramp. She also has 3 years of management consulting experience at PwC Advisory in New York. Jamie holds a B.S. in International Economics from Georgetown University.

 
 

Taylor Tracy
Vice President, Marketing

Taylor received her BA in Communication and Media Studies with an interest in applying social psychology to create effective communication strategies. In addition to being the club’s VP of Marketing since 2018, she has served as a Marketing co-Director for the 2019 MIT Energy Conference, the Marketing and Communication Director for the 2018 MIT Energy Conference, and has worked at MIT's Nuclear Reactor Lab since 2013 as an outreach coordinator.

Pervez Agwan
Vice President, Budgeting

Pervez is currently pursuing an MBA at MIT-Sloan with a focus on finance, and holds Bachelor’s & Master’s degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University. He has spent the last few years consulting in the Upstream, Downstream, & Power Generation spaces focusing on cost mitigation solutions & operational strategy. Pervez also worked in the D&C space as a completions engineer. He has worked with, & successfully implemented solutions at firms throughout the entire energy spectrum: NOCs, Integrated Majors (IOCs), North American E&P’s, & independent refineries.

 
 

Ashish Kumar

Sponsorship Co-Director

Ashish is Sloan Fellow MBA candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to MIT, He has been Project manager in Big energy majors (Fortune 25). He has managed multi million $ high impact energy projects across the 10 countries. Overall, these projects have made significant impact in lives of millions of people worldwide and uplifted their living standards in sustainable way. He is passionate about energy industry and feels motivated by socio-economic impact of energy projects. Ashish holds Masters & Bachelors degree in Engineering from Heriot Watt University UK & Jadavpur University India respectively.

Kelly Wu

Sponsorship Co-Director

Kelly is a sophomore at MIT majoring in Chemical Engineering, with an intended minor in Energy Studies. She has been involved in the Energy Club since last year, through marketing for Energy Hack, and this year will be taking on the roles of Co-MD for Energy Night and Energy Club Sponsorship Co-Director. This past summer, she conducted solar and wind market research for Acciona Energy in Spain. She is also a member of the MIT Society of Women Engineers and the MIT Women's Ultimate Frisbee team.

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Ryan Sander

Webmaster

Ryan is a MIT 2020 BS candidate in EECS and Mathematical Economics. In addition to Energy Club, Ryan is an officer in Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, and Kappa Sigma. Ryan is currently conducting research in MIT CSAIL’s Distributed Robotics Laboratory on autonomous vehicles, and he has also interned at Spacemaker AI, NGA, and Raytheon. In his free time, Ryan hikes, exercises, and listens to music.

Andrew Mowry

Vice President, External Relations

Andrew Mowry is pursuing an SM in Technology & Policy and is a Research Assistant in MITEI, where he studies the interaction between transportation and power systems. Between MIT and Amherst College (where he studied physics), Andrew spent two years at DC Energy developing systematic trading capabilities for power derivatives, and two years at LS Power focusing on M&A and commercial optimization of power generation. He is broadly interested in market design and the techniques to model it.

 

Flagship Event Managing Directors


 
 

Kelly Wu

MIT Energy Night

Kelly is a sophomore at MIT majoring in Chemical Engineering, with an intended minor in Energy Studies. She has been involved in the Energy Club since last year, through marketing for Energy Hack, and this year will be taking on the roles of Co-MD for Energy Night and Energy Club Sponsorship Co-Director. This past summer, she conducted solar and wind market research for Acciona Energy in Spain. She is also a member of the MIT Society of Women Engineers and the MIT Women's Ultimate Frisbee team.

Monica Harnoto

MIT Energy Night

Monica is a 2020 MIT Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) Candidate pursuing an MBA and MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prior to MIT, Monica worked at Bloom Energy starting as a Recruiting Sourcer and growing into a Senior Program Management Specialist on their product management team. While there, she was a lead for the Bloom Energy Women’s Initiative and a volunteer for Sustainable Silicon Valley’s Energy team. In addition to her role as Co-Managing Director of MIT Energy Night, Monica also serves as a Co-Managing Director for the Clean Energy Prize and Vice President for MIT’s Sloan Energy Club. Monica holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Jane Reed

MIT EnergyHack

Jane Reed is a 2020 BSc candidate in Physics and Nuclear Engineering. She has previously been involved with the EnergyHack on the communications team and Energy Club as Sponsorship Director. Most recently, she has been working at Studsvik Scandpower on reactor physics simulation technology. At MIT, she has been involved in research involving cost evaluations of a new small modular reactor. She has a passion for energy and sustainability, and is hoping to find a career where she can make a positive impact on the energy industry.

Supra Das

MIT EnergyHack

Supra Das is a Ph.D./MBA candidate in MIT, originally from India. Being from a town where 24x7 power supply was a luxury, I am passionate about innovation in the renewable energy storage space. My doctoral research involves understanding degradation mechanisms of lithium ion batteries in electric vehicles. When not in lab, I'm probably driving, hiking/rock climbing, PC gaming, playing table tennis, checking out new restaurants or nerding out about computer hardware, science (and everything, honestly).

 
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Trey Wilder

MIT Energy Conference

Thomas Wilder III (Trey) is a native of Birmingham, AL. Trey received his undergraduate degree from Tuskegee University where he majored in Mechanical Engineering and was a Four-Year Letterman on the football team. After receiving his degree, Trey moved to Houston, Texas where he worked for Chevron as a Drilling Engineer / Drill Site Manager. Currently, he is a 2nd year at Sloan where he is pursuing his MBA.

 

Community Directors


 

Darya Guettler

MIT Undergraduate Energy Club

Darya is the co-president of the Undergraduate Energy Club and a Junior in Mechanical Engineering and Political Science. She is a member of the MIT Symphony Orchestra, the MIT Climate Action Team and the Solar Electric Vehicle Team, and has spent her summer interning at Tesla Energy. In her free time, she likes hiking, watersports and visiting new countries.

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Sam Johnson

Sloan Energy Club

Sam Johnson is a 2020 MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing a Certificate in Sustainability. Prior to Sloan he worked in energy trading at Genscape, where he directed the expansion of the company’s power market services into Mexico’s recently deregulated energy sector. Previous roles included PJM Power Market Analyst at Genscape, and Energy Market Associate at EnerNOC, Inc. Sam attended Brown University, where he received a B.A. in Philosophy and Economics.

 
 

Ryan Sander

MIT Undergraduate Energy Club

Ryan is a MIT 2020 BS candidate in EECS and Mathematical Economics. In addition to Energy Club, Ryan is an officer in Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, and Kappa Sigma. Ryan is currently conducting research in MIT CSAIL’s Distributed Robotics Laboratory on autonomous vehicles, and he has also interned at Spacemaker AI, NGA, and Raytheon. In his free time, Ryan hikes, exercises, and listens to music.

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Erica Nangeroni

Sloan Energy Club

Erica is a second year MBA candidate at MIT Sloan pursuing the Sustainability Certificate and focused on renewable energy. She helped plan the 2019 MIT Energy Conference, the 2019 MIT Sustainability Summit, and serves as Co-President of the Sloan Energy Club. She spent the summer of 2019 working on the renewable investment team at Silverpeak Partners in New York City. Prior to Sloan, she spent four years working for Nautilus Solar on the business development team acquiring solar projects across the U.S. She has also worked for Sol Systems and Enel Green Power North America.