Harrison Meyer is a second year MBA/MEM candidate at Yale School of Management and Yale School of the Environment. While at Yale Harrison is the Business & Environment Learning Team coordinator and conducts research on regenerative agriculture with the Center for Business & Environment. Harrison has had internships as an EDF Climate Corps Fellow, a Summer Associate with the M&A team at Amp Energy, and lead business development for the carbon capture and sequestration startup, 44.01.
Prior to Yale Harrison worked as a Research Associate and engineer for a Department of Energy lab, the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (AzCATI) developing algae based biofuel and biofeed systems. Harrison also worked for the United Nations Environmental Programme in Amman, Jordan and was a Fulbright Scholar to the UAE with the UAE Ministry of Climate Change. Harrison has a MS in Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering from Arizona State University and graduated with a BA in Biochemistry and Middle Eastern Studies (honors) from Boston University.