Carson Whisler (GSBF Onergy 2016) will investigate "Mitigating Energy Poverty in Island Nations with Pay-as-You-Go Solar Technology” in Indonesia. Carson worked for Mark Correnti in impact investing, and his honors thesis was titled "A Coordinated Approach to Investing in Clean Energy Access” in which he critically evaluated the role of PAYGO technology on the goals of energy access.
Marisa Rudolph (GSBF 2017 Farmerline) will return to Ghana to pursue a research project titled: "How private agricultural extension fosters the public good in Ghana.” This grows out of her immersion in Ghanaian farming last year plus her life-long interest in women’s economic agency.
Athena Nguyen (GSBF 2017 Koe Koe Tech) will serve as an English Teaching Assistant in Vietnam. She writes: "As a Fulbright ETA in Vietnam, where a significant portion of government spending goes to education, I hope to enable my students to use language not only to communicate, but also as a bridge to broaden their cultural understanding.”