ALUMNI NETWORK

Graduates join a network over 900 alumni, who hold leading sustainability positions around the world.

  • Alumni work in near equal numbers in government, business, and civil society.

  • Their positions involve all aspects of sustainability, including climate, energy, and technology.

  • An alumni directory helps students and alumni network and learn from one another.

ESP ALUMNI AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Our alumni ambassadors are eager to speak with prospective students about their experiences in the program and their sustainability careers after graduation. Please contact Stephanie Hoyt if you would like to arrange to speak with any of the alumni ambassadors.

Bentonville, Arkansas

Leonardo Pradela

Senior Manager, Sustainable Supply Chains 

Walmart.org

Boulder, CO:

Maria Chavez     

Senior Consultant/Research Analyst

Guidehouse

Brussels, Belgium:

Carlos Calvo Ambel

Director, Trends and Analysis

Transport and Environment

The Hague, Netherlands:

Thomas Legge

Director, Land Use  

European Climate Foundation

Jacksonville, Florida: 

April Nudo Patterson

Senior Planner and Senior Project Manager

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Lima, Peru:

Maria Gracia Aguilar

City Advisor

C40 Cities

New York, New York:

Gabe Cowles

VP of Finance and Business Development

Urban Electric Power

Emmanuelle Humblet

Environmental, Policy & Social Initiatives

Apple

Molly Dunton

Project Developer

Liberty Renewables

Portland, Oregon:

Fletcher Beaudoin

Director

Portland State University’s Institute for Sustainable Solutions

San Diego, California:

Katie Altobello-Czescik
Environmental Specialist
Planning & Environmental Affairs Department
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

San Francisco, California:

Betty Cremmins
Lead 1t.org (Trillion Trees Platform) North America    
World Economic Forum   

Julia Koppman Norton   
Coastal Planner

California Coastal Commission   

Santiago, Chile:

Gabriel Prudencio 
Head of Renewable Energy Division
Ministerio de Energía Chile 

Washington DC:

Anne Canavati
Senior Analyst
Energy Futures Initiative
 

Daniel Teitelbaum    

Data Team Leader

US Environmental Protection Agency

Erica Glenn         

Policy Associate

Advanced Energy Economy   

Karin Kaechele

Natural Resource Management Specialist

The World Bank Group

           

CONTACT US

For more information contact:

Stephanie Hoyt
Assistant Director
212-851-0261
sah2239@columbia.edu

SIPA Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
SIPA Office of Admissions – Columbia University
514 West 113th Street
New York, NY 10025
212-854-6216
sipa_admission@columbia.edu

IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES

 

Early Decision Deadline

November 01

Fellowship Consideration

January 15

Final Application Deadline

February 15

If you would like to receive more information about the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program, please submit your contact information below.

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