Team

Conference Directors

Caroline Lee
Co-Managing Director
Caroline is a second year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan she worked for ExxonMobil for close to four years in their largest petrochemical complex in the United States. She also has experience in the non-profit sector and in strategy consulting. Caroline loves traveling, skiing and yoga.
Caroline Lee
Co-Managing Director
Caroline is a second year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan she worked for ExxonMobil for close to four years in their largest petrochemical complex in the United States. She also has experience in the non-profit sector and in strategy consulting. Caroline loves traveling, skiing and yoga.


Amy Meyer
Co-Managing Director
Amy is a second-year student pursuing her MCP degree in MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She comes to Cambridge from the West Coast and previously spent three years as a consultant with Navigant, working with utility companies and specializing in energy efficiency, program processes, and human behavior. Prior to MIT, she worked as an Impact Analyst with Beneficial State Foundation, a non-profit Community Development Financial Institution.
Amy Meyer
Co-Managing Director
Amy is a second-year student pursuing her MCP degree in MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She comes to Cambridge from the West Coast and previously spent three years as a consultant with Navigant, working with utility companies and specializing in energy efficiency, program processes, and human behavior. Prior to MIT, she worked as an Impact Analyst with Beneficial State Foundation, a non-profit Community Development Financial Institution.


Content

Maria Castillo
Content Architect
Maria is a second-year MBA student at MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to Sloan, she worked in Management Consulting at Accenture Colombia for several years, and most recently she worked at Tesla in the Service Business Operations team. She also has experience in transportation consulting. Maria holds a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering and a M.Sc. in Economics.
Maria Castillo
Content Architect
Maria is a second-year MBA student at MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to Sloan, she worked in Management Consulting at Accenture Colombia for several years, and most recently she worked at Tesla in the Service Business Operations team. She also has experience in transportation consulting. Maria holds a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering and a M.Sc. in Economics.


Annie Hudson
Content Architect
Annie is a dual-degree masters student in MIT’s Urban Studies & Planning and Science in Transportation departments. Her research focuses on city planning for autonomous vehicles. Prior to her time at MIT, she worked for several years as an energy policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, honing an expertise on energy transitions in Europe as well as ‘frontier’ energy innovations. She also worked for several years in Seattle where she ran communications for a wide variety of urban mobility clients, ranging from car-sharing company Zipcar to bike-sharing company Zagster. She received her bachelors in world politics and German literature from Hamilton College. Annie is currently a fellow with the MIT Automated Mobility Policy Project.
Annie Hudson
Content Architect
Annie is a dual-degree masters student in MIT’s Urban Studies & Planning and Science in Transportation departments. Her research focuses on city planning for autonomous vehicles. Prior to her time at MIT, she worked for several years as an energy policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, honing an expertise on energy transitions in Europe as well as ‘frontier’ energy innovations. She also worked for several years in Seattle where she ran communications for a wide variety of urban mobility clients, ranging from car-sharing company Zipcar to bike-sharing company Zagster. She received her bachelors in world politics and German literature from Hamilton College. Annie is currently a fellow with the MIT Automated Mobility Policy Project.


Rachel Luo
Content VP
Rachel Luo is a Master’s student at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning, where she studies environmentally sustainable urban development. Prior to starting graduate school, she worked in green growth as an analyst at the World Bank and in renewable energy market research at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. She holds a Bachelor's in Economics from Harvard University.
Rachel Luo
Content VP
Rachel Luo is a Master’s student at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning, where she studies environmentally sustainable urban development. Prior to starting graduate school, she worked in green growth as an analyst at the World Bank and in renewable energy market research at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. She holds a Bachelor's in Economics from Harvard University.


Jeff Tedmori
Content VP
Jeff is a first-year MBA candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan, Jeff was living in Southern California, working for Patagonia in various functions including accounting, Finance, and most recently Corporate Development. As a member of the Corporate Development Team, Jeff was conducting due diligence and managing deal flow for Patagonia’s Corporate VC, Tin Shed Ventures. At MIT, Jeff plans to focus on impact-driven startups in the water space that address global issues related to fisheries and marine plastic pollution. Jeff is an avid outdoorsman with a passion for backpacking (John Muir Trail, 2018) and all hobbies related to the ocean: fishing, diving, surfing, and sailing. Jeff’s internal mission is to use business to return the ocean to its original state.
Jeff Tedmori
Content VP
Jeff is a first-year MBA candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan, Jeff was living in Southern California, working for Patagonia in various functions including accounting, Finance, and most recently Corporate Development. As a member of the Corporate Development Team, Jeff was conducting due diligence and managing deal flow for Patagonia’s Corporate VC, Tin Shed Ventures. At MIT, Jeff plans to focus on impact-driven startups in the water space that address global issues related to fisheries and marine plastic pollution. Jeff is an avid outdoorsman with a passion for backpacking (John Muir Trail, 2018) and all hobbies related to the ocean: fishing, diving, surfing, and sailing. Jeff’s internal mission is to use business to return the ocean to its original state.


Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor
Content VP
Aiyah is a dual-degree MBA and Master in City Planning (MCP) candidate between the Sloan School of Management and the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. His graduate studies and career interests are centered at the intersection of grassroots community development and collaboratively reimagining socioeconomic frameworks and dialogues aimed at addressing the systemic inequity that is sensible, sustainable and socially viable. Aiyah holds a B.A. in Public Policy from Brown University, and despite being a Boston-native, he has lived, worked and fallen in love with Providence, Rhode Island over the past 9 years.
Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor
Content VP
Aiyah is a dual-degree MBA and Master in City Planning (MCP) candidate between the Sloan School of Management and the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. His graduate studies and career interests are centered at the intersection of grassroots community development and collaboratively reimagining socioeconomic frameworks and dialogues aimed at addressing the systemic inequity that is sensible, sustainable and socially viable. Aiyah holds a B.A. in Public Policy from Brown University, and despite being a Boston-native, he has lived, worked and fallen in love with Providence, Rhode Island over the past 9 years.


Marketing

Julia Field
Director of Marketing
Julia is a first-year Master in City Planning (MCP) student. Prior to coming to MIT, she worked on community engagement for the EPA's Superfund program. She originally hails from west Michigan and is a proud University of Michigan alum. She spent two years in the Dominican Republic working as Peace Corps health volunteer.
Julia Field
Director of Marketing
Julia is a first-year Master in City Planning (MCP) student. Prior to coming to MIT, she worked on community engagement for the EPA's Superfund program. She originally hails from west Michigan and is a proud University of Michigan alum. She spent two years in the Dominican Republic working as Peace Corps health volunteer.


Zhuangyuan Fan
Director of Marketing
Yuan is a first-year MCP student at DUSP, MIT. Prior to MIT, she worked as a landscape architect at the OLIN studio in Philadelphia. Yuan has involved in various urban design and planning projects both domestically and internationally. She also volunteered for Community Design Collaborative to help Philadelphia local communities gain support and funding for community building projects. Yuan loves jogging and biking in her free time.
Zhuangyuan Fan
Director of Marketing
Yuan is a first-year MCP student at DUSP, MIT. Prior to MIT, she worked as a landscape architect at the OLIN studio in Philadelphia. Yuan has involved in various urban design and planning projects both domestically and internationally. She also volunteered for Community Design Collaborative to help Philadelphia local communities gain support and funding for community building projects. Yuan loves jogging and biking in her free time.


Ruichen Ni
Marketing Teammember
Ruichen is a first year Master of City Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Before coming to MIT, she studied landscape architecture and horticulture at Penn State University. She also involves in a variety of projects as a leader, designer, urban researcher and artist. She is passionate about travel and has a world-wide study experience cross the continents.
Ruichen Ni
Marketing Teammember
Ruichen is a first year Master of City Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Before coming to MIT, she studied landscape architecture and horticulture at Penn State University. She also involves in a variety of projects as a leader, designer, urban researcher and artist. She is passionate about travel and has a world-wide study experience cross the continents.


Sponsorship

Monique Davey
Director of Sponsorship
Monique is a first-year MBA student at MIT's Sloan School of Management. Prior to Sloan, she spent five years as a strategy consultant for Deloitte in Auckland and San Francisco. Monique is passionate about the circular economy and creating products and services that are good for customers, businesses, and the environment. At Sloan, Monique is pursuing the Sustainability Certificate, is an Impact Investing Fellow, and is an active member of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Club.
Monique Davey
Director of Sponsorship
Monique is a first-year MBA student at MIT's Sloan School of Management. Prior to Sloan, she spent five years as a strategy consultant for Deloitte in Auckland and San Francisco. Monique is passionate about the circular economy and creating products and services that are good for customers, businesses, and the environment. At Sloan, Monique is pursuing the Sustainability Certificate, is an Impact Investing Fellow, and is an active member of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Club.


Erica Nangeroni
Director of Sponsorship
Erica is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan, she spent four years working for Nautilus Solar on their business development team acquiring solar projects across the U.S. She has also worked for Sol Systems and Enel Green Power North America. Erica loves baking, hiking, and live music.
Erica Nangeroni
Director of Sponsorship
Erica is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. Prior to Sloan, she spent four years working for Nautilus Solar on their business development team acquiring solar projects across the U.S. She has also worked for Sol Systems and Enel Green Power North America. Erica loves baking, hiking, and live music.


Bahar Alipour
Sponsership Teammember
Bahar is a Materials Engineer by training and is currently a second-year MBA student at Sloan. She worked at a start-up and a manufacturing company in product roles and most recently, she worked in strategy consulting. Bahar is passionate about renewables and impact investing. She is a Sloan Board Fellow at MASSInc, a non-profit in Boston promoting growth and vitality of the middle class. She enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and dancing.
Bahar Alipour
Sponsership Teammember
Bahar is a Materials Engineer by training and is currently a second-year MBA student at Sloan. She worked at a start-up and a manufacturing company in product roles and most recently, she worked in strategy consulting. Bahar is passionate about renewables and impact investing. She is a Sloan Board Fellow at MASSInc, a non-profit in Boston promoting growth and vitality of the middle class. She enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and dancing.


Operations

Connor Mclane
Director of Operations
Connor is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. He comes to Sloan after spending 3 years at Bain & Company’s Boston office, where he spent his last 7 months growing the Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility practice. He loves hiking, cooking, and running on the Charles River.
Connor Mclane
Director of Operations
Connor is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability Certificate. He comes to Sloan after spending 3 years at Bain & Company’s Boston office, where he spent his last 7 months growing the Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility practice. He loves hiking, cooking, and running on the Charles River.


Lisa Kondo
Director of Operations
Lisa is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability and Data Analytics Certificate. Before beginning her MBA, she was a management consultant at McKinsey & Co. and worked at a non-profit education start-up in Brazil. She loves learning new skills, solving puzzles and spending time with animals.
Lisa Kondo
Director of Operations
Lisa is a first year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management pursuing the Sustainability and Data Analytics Certificate. Before beginning her MBA, she was a management consultant at McKinsey & Co. and worked at a non-profit education start-up in Brazil. She loves learning new skills, solving puzzles and spending time with animals.