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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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Elyse Steiner

Clean Air Markets Division
United States Environmental Protection Agency
MBA/MS Program 2001

Elyse joined EPA’s Clean Air Markets Division in 2006. She works on market-based cap-and-trade programs that reduce emissions from stationary sources—mainly in the power sector. She has also been involved with EPA’s hydraulic fracturing research and voluntary climate change programs such as ENERGY STAR. Formerly, she was an energy analyst in the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Washington, DC office supporting a variety of renewable energy modeling projects for the Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Elyse has earned a BA, MBA, and MS from the University of Michigan.

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Jieru (Jasmine) Zhang

Clear World Now
MBA/MS Program 2008

Jasmine is interested in identifying new business models that integrate sustainable strategies into private business . She has 10 years of experience in different business sectors from one of the world’s largest developing countries. Among these, she worked on the first set of IPO auditing projects in China and then worked for three years with KPMG Management Consulting. She moved to a general management position in the China affiliate of Siemens AG, the largest German company. Just prior to coming to the US, she helped launch an entertainment start-up in Southern China. Jasmine’s 2006 summer internship was with Eli Lilly & Company where she developed bid and tender pricing strategy for a declining product in an emerging market.

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Evan Croen

Analyst
Bloomberg Government
MBA/MS Program 2010

Evan is interested in the formulation of policy to effect positive environmental and security-related change in the global energy mix and the interaction of government and industry therein. His previous academic work focused on U.S. national security policy and the implications of peak oil theory for U.S. energy policy. Prior to Erb, Evan worked as a researcher for the OpenNet Initiative in the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School. There, he focused his research on Internet censorship and filtration in Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Evan graduated from Princeton University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a certificate in Linguistics. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, golfing, running, and playing marginally acceptable guitar.

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