Panel Kleinman Center Event

Careers in the Energy Sector: Energy Week Alumni Panel

Energy Week

Speakers

Aseem Kapur
Director of Ultium Commercial and Utility Programs, General Motors
Rob Ritchie
Director of Energy Storage, Nexamp
Rishika Ghosh
Senior Associate, Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC)

Moderator

Scott Kleinman
Co-President, Apollo Global Management, Inc

Location

Kleinman Energy Forum
220 S. 34th St.
Fisher Fine Arts Building, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Accomplished alumni working in the field of energy share insights for preparing for a successful entrance into the energy sector.

Event Summary

Interested in a career in the energy sector? The Kleinman Center presents a panel of accomplished alumni working in the field of energy. Each panelist shares highlights about their career trajectories, the lessons they have learned, the trends they observe, and recommendations for students interested in entering this sector. This program is an invaluable opportunity for students and advisors.

A happy hour reception follows.


This event is part of Energy Week at Penn. Check out the rest of the 2024 programming at energyweek.upenn.edu.

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speaker

Aseem Kapur

Director of Ultium Commercial and Utility Programs, General Motors
Aseem Kapur is Director of Ultium Commercial and Utility Programs at General Motors. Prior to his current role, Kapur led business development for GM Energy. Kapur holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University, and an Executive MBA in Strategic Management from Wharton.
speaker

Rob Ritchie

Director of Energy Storage, Nexamp
Rob Ritchie is the Director of Energy Storage at Nexamp, where he leads energy storage strategy, technology evaluation, and project analysis. He holds a Master’s degree in MEAM, a Master’s Certificate in Energy Management and Policy, and Bachelor’s degree in MEAM, all from Penn.
speaker

Rishika Ghosh

Senior Associate, Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC)
Rishika Ghosh is a Senior Associate at the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC), the green bank affiliate of the Philadelphia Energy Authority. She holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.S. and an M.Eng in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University.
moderator

Scott Kleinman

Co-President, Apollo Global Management
Scott Kleinman (C’94, W’94), along with his wife Wendy Kleinman, established the Kleinman Center with a generous $10 million gift to the Stuart Weitzman School of Design. This founding gift continues to support the center and its broad array of programs.