Riju Agrawal is an engineer, former policy analyst, and finance professional focused on energy development and entrepreneurship, especially as they pertain to the emerging economies of India, China, and Brazil. He hopes to use his cross-functional skill set in engineering, public policy, and business to help develop solutions to the global energy challenge. He is currently an analyst with Morgan Stanley’s Global Energy Group after graduating summa cum laude from Harvard University in 2013 with a degree in Engineering Sciences. Riju was co-president of the Harvard College Global Energy Initiative, co-founder of the Harvard U.S.-India Initiative, and served on the executive team of the Harvard College Engineering Society. His previous experiences include an internship at The White House, where he worked for the Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change, and multiple internships with energy engineering firms. In 2015, Riju will be joining The Blackstone Group as an analyst on the energy private equity team. Riju has also been accepted to the Harvard Business School 2+2 MBA program and is currently deferring his admission.