Jamie is in his third year at Yale, pursuing a joint MBA and Master of Environmental Management. His academic work has focused primarily on urban systems and the energy transition. During his first year, he completed a research fellowship at the Hixon Center for Urban Ecology where he authored case studies on developing the infrastructure and culture for cycling and other forms of micromobility. During his second year, he joined the 2050 Fellows and took on leadership roles in the General Management and Future of Mobility clubs at the School of Management.
Jamie spent his first internship (2022) with Closed Loop Partners’ recycling business in New York City where he took on several strategic projects to streamline operations and analyze new venture opportunities. His second internship (2023) led him to Helios Climate Ventures, where he joined the investment team to conduct due diligence and work closely with various portfolio companies. He’s continuing with Helios as an MBA Fellow during his final year.
Prior to Yale, Jamie worked as a Project Lead for strategic mobility projects at the Ford Motor Company's Innovation lab in Palo Alto, CA. His work included projects to augment public transit offerings in low-density areas, improve access to medical care in underserved communities, and deploy over-the-over software updates for electric vehicles.
Jamie graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Public and International Affairs and a minor in Spanish and Latin American Studies. He enjoys spending time outdoors, specifically biking, sailing, and skiing.