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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.

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Daniel Gonzalez-Kreisberg

Associate
McKinsey & Company
MBA/MS Program 2014

Daniel is interested in corporate sustainability strategy, and how the private sector can meet people's wants and needs with minimized use of natural resources or negative environmental effects. Prior to Michigan, Daniel worked for a strategy consulting firm in Washington, DC, focusing on public sector water infrastructure financing. He helped US EPA's State Revolving Funds distribute $6 billion in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to communities across the country, and led a team which trained thousands of municipal leaders, environmental engineers, and construction contractors to comply with Federal environmental, prevailing wage, and manufactured good sourcing requirements. Daniel earned an AB in Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard University.

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Michael RockettResume

MBA/MS Program 2015

Mike is interested in greening supply chains, waste reduction, and corporate sustainability incentives. Prior to joining the Erb Institute, Mike worked for J.Crew Group in New York as a senior labor and payroll analyst on their Store Operations team. There he focused on creating labor models to staff each type of J.Crew store along with forecasting and budgeting for payroll and designing and implementing new, metric-driven incentive models for J.Crew’s store associates. Mike hopes to leverage his inside knowledge of a retail firm and successful incentive programs as he moves forward into the for-profit, sustainable space. In his spare time, Mike has traveled to over 20 countries around the world, chasing adventure and enjoying new cultures.

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John SerronResume

MBA/MS Program 2016

John comes to the University of Michigan and the Erb Institute after seven-plus years working in the finance sector, most recently as a Portfolio Analyst for Fisher Investments. John plans to use his time here to transition into the cleantech industry by applying the quantitative and analytical skills he has honed over the course of his career. More specifically, John is interested in finding sustainable energy solutions that satisfy the increasing demands of developing economies as they continue to industrialize. Upon graduation, John would ideally like to be involved on one side of the cleantech entrepreneurial equation—either by working in venture capital or by creating/working for a start-up. John holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Spanish from Nazareth College and hopes to use his language abilities in his future career. In his spare time, John enjoys reading, traveling, and the outdoors.

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Shoaib RahmanResume

MBA/MS Program 2017

Shoaib hopes to help companies realize better environmental outcomes, both through their internal operations as well as their products and services. Prior to Ann Arbor, Shoaib lived in New York, where he worked in the capital markets industry. He was instrumental in launching two profitable new services for hedge fund clients at Goldman Sachs, expanding into new trading venues and asset classes at Volant Trading, and developing insightful new analytics for portfolio managers at Bloomberg LP. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied computational biomedical engineering and undertook research in computer vision and biomedical informatics. On his spare time, Shoaib enjoys running marathons, hiking, climbing, and swimming.

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