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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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Tony Gross

Program Manager
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
MBA/MS Program 2008

Tony is a program manager at the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) in Boston, MA. CEE works with utility efficiency programs in the US and Canada to develop collaborations and advance efficiency in the marketplace.

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Caitlin HarrenResume

Amazon.com
MBA/MS Program 2013

Caitlin works with the Wireless Team at Amazon.com and is interested in setting up a comprehensive material recovery program for unwanted electronics. She is interested in using market strategies and the principles of industrial ecology to make human systems behave more like natural systems. Faced with shifting market dynamics and mounting environmental concern, Caitlin sees innovative value-chain management as the most potential-rich path to improving corporate cost structure while doing right by the natural world. Caitlin spent the summer after her first year working with BSR in San Francisco and traveling to India for work on her master's opus. In 2012, she interned at the Dow Chemical Company through their MBA Sustainability Leadership program. Caitlin joined the Erb Institute to be at the forefront of the movement generating smarter business solutions based on competitive financial strategy and sound environmental science. Before arriving in Michigan, Caitlin held advisory positions at Innovest Strategic Value Advisors and the Sierra Club. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Government and Environmental Science and Policy at Smith College.

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Mark Leo

Sales Manager
BASF
MBA/MS Program 2011

Mark is a Sales Manager at BASF in the Construction and Fiber Bonding market segment. At Michigan, Mark was focused on renewable and traditional energy systems, as well as energy efficiency as is applies to buildings, smart grid, and electric vehicles. He was a CleanTech Fellow on a student run pre-seed venture capital fund, and was also a part of two local startup companies. Before entering the Erb program Mark worked in construction and real estate development in Washington, DC. He is a LEED Accredited Professional and has worked on several high profile projects in the Washington Metro Area including ballparks, museums, and government buildings. Mark has a BS in Industrial Engineering from Cornell University. In his spare time he likes to ski, play squash, compete in triathlons, and play the guitar.

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