Energy Club Officers

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Crosby Fish

President

Crosby coordinates the actions of the Energy Club and supports its members in expanding their knowledge of trends in the energy industry and helping them achieve their career objectives. He is passionate about the power of financial innovation to support the deployment of more sustainable, reliable, and distributed energy infrastructure. An upstate New York native, he enjoys sharing the natural landscape of the Ithaca area with students that are spending time in the region for the first time.


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Lauren Dowler

Corporate Events Chair

Lauren explores energy-related career opportunities for club members. She is responsible for organizing networking treks and corporate visits to help students connect with energy professionals according to their areas of interest. She also looks after organizing informative visits to the different energy plants on campus. Lauren enjoys hiking, cycling, and sailing in her free time.


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Miles Archer

Cornell Energy Conference Chair

Miles is responsible for organizing the Cornell Energy Connection, which connects Cornell students with top professionals to discuss some of the major opportunities and challenges in the energy industry. He is looking to transition to the renewable energy sphere in a finance or development role. Prior to Johnson, he was a Legal Analyst at BlackRock, Inc. and Sidley Austin, LLP.


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Cisco Rey

Education Co-Chair

Cisco works with James to handle the Energy Club’s education portfolio aiming to help club members bridge key knowledge gaps and expand their horizons. His background in engineering and work in solar sparked his decision to come to Cornell and continue his professional pursuits in the clean energy industry.


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James Barnard

Education Co-Chair

James works with Cisco to handle the Energy Club’s education portfolio aiming to help club members bridge key knowledge gaps and expand their horizons. Prior to pursuing an MBA at Cornell, James worked as a petroleum engineer at BayCorp Resources. He enjoys playing rugby in his spare time. 


Mark DesMeules

VP of Marketing

Mark serves as the VP of Marketing on the Energy Club. He leverages his role to communicate with club members and prospective students about learning, networking and career opportunities that exist in and outside Cornell. His time spent working in policy in Washington, DC exposed him to the legislative environment around energy and stoked his decision to pursue an MBA at Cornell.


Andrew Hartman

VP of External Affairs

Andrew develops and maintains Energy Club relationships with like-minded organizations both within as well as outside Cornell. He focuses on conferences, case competitions, job openings, and networking opportunities and conveys them to Energy Club members. Prior to Cornell, Andrew worked as a drilling engineer at Energy XXI.


Muhammad Nabi Malik

One-year AMBA Representative

Muhammad is responsible for liaising with the one-year MBA class and developing active participation. His current focus is on summer membership and preparing students for full-time recruiting. Prior to Cornell, he worked in finance at BP and assets at OMV in Pakistan.


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Arna Pálsdóttir

Cornell Energy Institute Liaison

Arna serves as a connection between the Energy Club and the Cornell Energy Institute. Her role is to help engage engineering students in the activities of the Energy Club as well as giving MBA students a scientific perspective on energy matters. Arna is a PhD Candidate in Chemical Engineering, working with Prof. Jefferson Tester on sustainable mining of lithium for energy applications.


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Audi Prabowo

Treasurer

Audi is responsible for managing the day-to-day transactions and the long term budget for the Energy Club. He is a renewable energy enthusiast and has a long-term dream of powering his homeland of Indonesia with a million solar panels to reduce the country’s reliance on high-emission fossil fuels. Prior to Cornell, he worked as a consultant assisting the Indonesian Government on various energy sector projects including but not limited to oil and gas deals, power plant development, and solar energy deployment.