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The Erb Institute offers students a unique opportunity to develop a set of integrated skills for confronting the complex challenges of sustainability. To be successful, a student must have strong analytic skills and the ability to communicate effectively across traditional academic, political and industrial boundaries. Erb Institute students come from diverse backgrounds, and represent decades of unique experience in a wide range of countries, sectors and industries. This diversity provides a critical educational resource for students, and enhances our ability to develop leaders who are prepared to tackle sustainable development in any sector of society.

For a complete listing of Erb students, please visit the individual class pages linked in the menu at right or use the search below.

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Young (Zhanyang) GaoResume

MBA/MS Program 2017

Before joining Erb Institute,Zhanyang Gao worked 8 years in IT industry, mainly focusing on Business Intelligence. He studied in University of Michigan to pursuit his long time dream-achieving sustainable development in China. His interests include renewable energy,wastes recycling and sustainable supply chain management.

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Malcolm Albin

MBA/MS Program 2018

Malcolm is interested in the intersection of business and social impact, and is passionate about helping corporate, municipal, and community stakeholders adapt to the most pressing social and environmental issues. Prior to joining the Erb Community, Malcolm spent over 5 years working for various nonprofit organizations in Alabama. He spent two years as an AmeriCorps member providing free tax preparation and financial literacy training for low-income families throughout the state, and also worked as a Development Specialist for Teach For America, where he managed the fundraising and marketing operations for the Alabama region. He then spent over two years as a Development Consultant, helping smaller nonprofits develop and implement effective fundraising and marketing strategies in their start-up phases.

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