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2010 - Andrew Martin

Andy Martin’s commitment to alternative energy has led him to build a drying facility for an organic coffee cooperative in Guatemala, to assist a consumer carbon offset company with its growth strategy, and to lead a trip to China for his fellow business school students in order to see firsthand that nation’s approach to energy issues.

Andy entered Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business after working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office helping to prosecute cybercrime, and building user interfaces at an online advertising company. Poised to become a high-tech product manager, Andy found himself more and more interested in alternative energy—enough to stay an extra year at Stanford to earn a Master’s degree in Environment and Resources, in addition to his business degree.  He recently accepted a position as Senior Product Manager at EnergyHub, the residential energy management company where he interned last summer, and he will begin work in January.

When it comes to giving back, Andy has also focused on the environment: that of the inner city.  Andy coached T-ball for 7- and 8-year-olds on behalf of Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI), a Major League Baseball nonprofit initiative that provides inner-city children afterschool, college preparatory, summer camp, and life skills programs.