Hometown: Sykesville, Maryland
Degree: MS EER
Thesis Title: A Cash Flow Model for Carbon Capture Retrofitting of ERCOT Fossil-Fuel Powerplants under Technical, Financial and Policy Uncertainty
Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Jim Dyer
A Little About Me
I am originally from Maryland but have made Texas my new home. I chose the EER Program because of the interdisciplinary curriculum and variety of possibilities. Through EER, I plan to transition my career from finance and into the energy space. I am also the President of Energy Resources Group (ERG). When not in class, you can find me camping, hiking or kayaking in Central Texas.
My primary interests are rooted in financial factors for energy projects, particularly funding sources and business model alternatives. My thesis research involves financial modeling with simulated uncertainties to better assess the financial viability and considerations of retrofitting Texas power plants with carbon capture technologies.
I am currently seeking professional opportunities that leverage and build upon my background in finance. I am interested in project finance, risk management and corporate development aspects of several industries including oil & gas, clean technologies, and traditional power generation.
Energy Finance, Project Finance, Consulting, Oil & Gas, CCS, Electricity