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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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Elizabeth Anne Fastiggi

Director
Ziff Brothers Investments
MBA/MS Program 2003

ZBI Ventures is the private equity arm of Ziff Brothers Investments and is providing growth capital for unconventional energy companies and the development of related assets. As a member of the ZBI investment team, Elizabeth is identifying, analyzing and structuring investments within the biofuels and carbon management areas. Before joining ZBI, Elizabeth was with GE Energy Financial Services, underwriting and structuring a variety of energy infrastructure investments, primarily in the midstream and power sectors. Prior to EFS, Elizabeth was responsible for client relationship management and business development for Global Forest Partners. She also coordinated the periodic reporting to individual clients regarding their specific timberland portfolios. Before earning her MS and MBA from the University of Michigan, Elizabeth was an Associate with The Alliance for Environmental Innovation, where she partnered with market leading consumer product companies to design environmental initiatives resulting in business benefits. She holds a BS from the University of California, Berkeley, and as part of her undergraduate work, Elizabeth studied international policy, economics and law at the University of Oxford, UK.

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Rebecca Brooke

Supervisory Resource Management Specialist
Bureau of Land Management
MBA/MS Program 2010

Becca currently supervises the Bureau of Land Management's Recreation, Wilderness, Archeology, Engineering, Safety and Realty staff in the Bishop Field Office, covering 750,000 acres of the eastern Sierra. After graduation from Erb, she spent several years as a Presidential Management Fellow with the U.S. Forest Service in Washington DC, where she worked on the agency’s budget request and prepared the Chief for Congressional hearings. As part of her fellowship, she rotated to various national forests, acting as a Deputy District Ranger on the Stanislaus National Forest and a Recreation Staff Officer on the Sequoia National Forest. She is a certified Type II Wildland Firefighter. While at Michigan, Becca was a Doris Duke Fellow, VP of Career and Professional Development for Net Impact, and was the founder of the EcoValuation Working Group. Her masters project analyzed the relationship between biofuel subsidies, agricultural land use and wildlife habitat on the Great Plains for the National Wildlife Federation. Prior to Michigan, she worked for the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies on a national campaign for new and greater funding for wildlife conservation and related education and recreation. In her free time she enjoys hiking, biking, cooking, and travel. Becca holds a BA in Biology and Environmental Studies from Oberlin College.

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Doug Glancy

Development and Management
Climate Speakers Network (CSN)
MBA/MS Program 2007

Doug is responsible for the development and management of the Climate Speakers Network (CSN), which he established with Ken Berlin in 2013. The CSN seeks to catalyze calls for climate action from the “silent majority” by leveraging trusted messengers to reach audiences in the values and vocabulary that defines their communities. Doug began working on climate-related issues over a decade ago as a Legislative Assistant to Senator Carl Levin. Subsequently, he worked for a variety of organizations on climate at the intersection of the corporate, non-profit, and policy worlds. He was also a contributing author to the book for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change (now C2ES) entitled “Corporate Strategies to Address Climate Change.” In addition to his work at Climate Reality, Doug serves on the board of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters. A native of Detroit, he graduated with a MS/MBA from the University of Michigan and holds a bachelor of Political Science, with honors, from Trinity College.

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