SUCCESS AFTER GRADUATION
Read about some of our nearly 800 ESP program alumni.
She is a Manager at Global Health Strategies where she brings her diverse experience in communications, policy, program management, education and journalism to fulfil GHS’s mission to advance issues and power campaigns that improve health and well-being around the world.
He is the Climate Adaption Practice Director for the Americas at AECOM, a multi-national consulting firm supporting clients across markets and sectors in over 150 countries. Climate change services he works to provide to clients include reviewing climate science, conducting climate change vulnerability and risk assessments, modeling potential future hazard conditions, and developing and implementing adaptation and resilience strategies.
She develops strategies to grow and finance green companies and to help clients commercialize technologies to improve air quality, reduce waste and reduce California’s greenhouse gas emissions. Claire applies the system-based thinking and hard science background that she learned in the ESP program on a daily basis to resolve environmental, energy, and development issues.
She is currently a product developer with the Loreal-Kiehl’s sustainability program, ‘Sharing Beauty With All’ where her responsibilities include incorporating sustainability practices at every level of the supply chain. This position represents a transition into corporate social and environmental responsibility from her interest as a student in international relations and human rights.
He is the Managing Director of the Rocky Mountain Institute, where he leads their Sustainable Finance practice. He also teaches Financing the Green Economy at SIPA at Columbia University, and serves on the advisory board of the Earth Institute. He is a former managing director at Goldman Sachs and vice president at Salomon Brothers.
She is a Program Manager with BRAC USA. BRAC is a poverty alleviation and international development organization that was founded in the 1970s in Bangladesh and has since expanded operations to 12 countries in Asia and Africa, with affiliate offices in the U.S., UK, and Netherlands.
She has always wanted to work in environmental law. Having started the program with a law degree and prior work experience as a program associate for the Fresh Water Action Network in Costa Rica, Haydée’s current job as an environmental advisor for the Inter-American Association for Environmental Defense is a perfect fit for her professional goals.
He is the Director of Energy and Environmental Services at the American Public Power Association (APPA). He oversees the development and application of member-related information and analytical services, including the Reliable Public Power Provider program and eReliability Tracker service.
Deputy Executive Director of The Earth Institute, she was named one of 2014 City & State’s top 40 under 40 Rising Stars. The media company, devoted to covering New York politics and policies, nominates 40 exceptional individuals each year who are leaving their mark on New York City.
He has applied the policymaking skills he obtained through the program to positions at the United Nations Environment Programme’s Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (UNEP-DTIE) Energy Finance Unit in France and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Bureau of Development Policy’s Environment and Energy Group in New York.