ESCP Europe's Energy Society

ESCP Europe's Energy Society

About the ESCP Europe's Energy Society and its scope

The ESCP Europe Energy Society is a student association based in the London Campus, open to all students, alumni and academic staff at the School.

The aim of the Energy Society is to engage ESCP Europe students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities and help them develop professional skills through a range of activities:

 

  • Panel discussions and debates led by top experts
  • Promotion of energy related initiatives and latest developments in the industry
  • Collect and share energy related articles and publications through social media to promote constructive discussion among its participants

Board Members

2016 Intake

  • President: Peter Goitanich
  • Vice President: Emma Huizar Felix
  • Treasurers: Enrique Alcaraz Valero and Corentin Bardon
  • Secretaries: Hailey Doney and Katrin Gross
  • Communication and PR: David Farkas, Akul Raizada and Aaditya Yalamarty

2015 Intake

  • President: Maximilien Johnston
  • Treasurer: Ikram zakarya
  • Secretary: Iacopo Levenheck
  • Communication and PR: Iacopo Levenheck

2014 Intake

  • President: Matteo Bianciotto
  • Vice President: Shweta Koshy
  • Treasurers: Max Eichelbaum and Ziad Al Douaihy 
  • Secretaries: Victor Ladriere and Frauke Diedrichs
  • Communication and PR: Jale Riza and David Nolte

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