Energy in Emerging Markets Career Talks. Tues. 2/9, 5:15-6:30 p.m. ET Focus: Private & Non-Profit Sectors. Headshots, each with name and org underneath: Kathryn Farley, Solar Sister; Vanessa Ferrero, Edison Electric Institute; Hannah Girardeau, SEforALL; Njeri Kara, Nithio; and Santiago Sinclair LeCaros, World Resources Institute. Open to all current Duke students. bit.ly/feb9career. Logos for Duke University Energy Initiative and Duke Energy Access Project.

**This session is for Duke current students only**

Duke students, are you curious about careers related to energy access and transitions in low- and middle-income countries? The Energy Initiative and the Energy Access Project invite all Duke undergraduate and graduate students to come hear from professionals (including Duke alumni!) about their orgs, roles, career journeys, and advice. Join for two different sessions!

2/9 session will focus on careers in the private and non-profit sectors
2/23 session (registration here) will focus on careers in governmental agencies and development banks. 

  • Kathryn Farley – Director of Programs, Solar Sister
  • Vanessa Ferrero (MEM'18) – Edison Electric Institute 
  • Hannah Girardeau (MEM'17) – SEforALL
  • Njeri Kara (MEM'20) – Associate Data Solutions Analyst, Nithio 
  • Santiago Sinclair Lecaros (MEM'19) – Analyst, Energy Access, World Resources Institute


Are you an MEM in the Energy & Environment concentration? Do NOT register—you're already signed up to attend. Why? Because this is your seminar!

I'm not an MEM in the EE concentration, I would like to sign up

Location
Virtual
Date & Time
Tuesday, Feb 09, 2021 - 5:15 pm to 6:30 pm
Contact:

Stacy Peterson
stacy.peterson@duke.edu

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