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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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Christina Bosch Ladd

Sr. Manager, Sustainability
Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
MBA/MS Program 2011

Christina brings an analytical background and an integrative approach to her work in corporate sustainability. At Keurig Green Mountain she oversees carbon and water strategies as well as product sustainability. She established a Design for Sustainability program at EMD Millipore, a life sciences company. During her time at Michigan, she contributed to sustainability strategies for raw materials sourcing and supply chain greenhouse gas emissions management for Ford Motor Company as an intern and as part of a master's project team. As a summer Climate Fellow at Nestle Waters North America/Poland Spring Bottling, she quantified the environmental benefits of fuel efficiency projects for the company's truck fleet, and conducted pilot life cycle assessments for products at each of three Maine factories. Prior to attending the University of Michigan, Tina advised Federal agencies on environmental projects for three years as a consultant at Industrial Economics Inc. She holds a B.A. in environmental studies from Oberlin College.

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Alex Papo

MBA/MS Program 2015

Alex is leveraging his education at the University of Michigan to understand how the public and private sectors can form partnerships and develop market-led approaches to solve some of the most pressing financial, social and environmental issues faced by the world today. Alex plans to focus on the intersection of finance, sustainability and international development to create innovative solutions that reduce waste and provide more value to poor communities throughout the world. Alex will be interning with The Dow Chemical Company during the summer of 2013 in their Finance department. In school, he spends much of his time working on developing a number of social start-ups with other students. Prior to joining the Erb community, Alex worked for 4 years in the international development industry. He got his start as a logistics officer at a non-profit humanitarian relief organization and more recently he managed four projects in Latin America and the Caribbean for an economic development firm focused on providing assistance to poor populations throughout the world.

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Ian Black

Senior Solar Developer
MBA/MS Program 2008

Ian is focused on inclusive corporate strategies and sustainable development. He is excited about long-term financing strategies that include economic costs for scarce resources, and has a keen interest in the economic benefits of green building. Previously, Ian spent four years managing globally diversified assets for a top-tier private bank, and a year working with a leading microfinance firm, developing a capital market strategy to increase liquidity in underserved markets and working on tsunami relief in Indonesia. He holds a degree in Finance from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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