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Erb Institute alumni work all over the world and in every sector of society and maintain strong links to the Erb Institute, supporting our work by making donations, sponsoring research, collaborating on new projects, or by serving on the Institute’s External Advisory Board.

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Steve Davidson

McKinsey & Company
MBA/MS Program 2014

Steve is interested in corporate sustainability strategy, cleantech entrepreneurship, and the opportunities for mutual reinforcement between these areas. Through leadership roles on Michigan's Social Venture Fund, he led the evaluation and closing of investments in innovative socially- and environmentally-responsible startups. While at Michigan, he also advised Ford Motor Company and General Motors on sustainability strategy and most recently interned with McKinsey & Company in New York City, where he is returning to work full time. Prior to Erb, he built and managed technology at Goldman Sachs and the Times Square Alliance. Steve graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a dual degree in Computer Science and Philosophy. His hobbies include running, backpacking, traveling, and watching the Red Wings make the playoffs.

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Mark Bruce Milstein

Director, Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise
Cornell University
MBA/MS Program 1997

Mark Milstein was formerly a Lecturer of Strategy, Innovation, and Sustainable Global Enterprise at the Johnson School of Management at Cornell. His research focused on different aspects of how and why firms generate new business growth opportunities by meeting unmet market needs, including private sector approaches to poverty alleviation. His writing has appeared in the Academy of Management Executive, Sloan Management Review, and Value as well as in various edited books. He is an award-winning author of several popular teaching cases. Milstein has taught strategy, innovation, and sustainable enterprise to undergraduates, MBAs, and executives in the United States, Latin America and Asia. He consults with a number of multi-national firms, small and medium-sized enterprises, and NGOs on strategy, organizational change, and innovation. Mark works with both the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship@Cornell. Previously, Mark helped establish the Center for Sustainable Enterprise (CSE) at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was director of research and adjunct assistant professor. He earned his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Megan DeYoung

Director, United States
Corporate Citizenship
MBA/MS Program 2002

Megan DeYoung manages Corporate Citizenship's US practice. She works with clients across many sectors on creating and implementing corporate responsibility strategies. She has expert knowledge in the pharmaceutical and food and beverage sectors. She has 14 years of corporate responsibility experience with both the private and nonprofit sectors. Prior to joining CC, Megan worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers where she assisted clients on sustainability, risk management, and ethics projects. Megan also worked for Population Services International (PSI), focusing on health issues in Africa. Megan has a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Natural Resources and Environment from the University of Michigan as well as a Bachelor of Art, with High Honors, in Sociology from Emory University.

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