Scientific Engineering Associate Arian Aghajanzadeh, of the Building & Industrial Applications Department at Berkeley Lab, has been selected to participate in the highly competitive Clean Energy Leadership Institute's Fall 2017 Fellowship Training Program.
The Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI) is a leadership development organization based in Washington, D.C. and the San Francisco Bay Area. CELI provides early career professionals with the technical content, leadership development and professional community to build the next generation of clean energy leaders. CELI recruits Fellows with diverse backgrounds and equips them with a strong working knowledge of energy markets, project finance, technology innovation and public policy, realized through the Clean Energy Leaders Fellowship program.
As a CELI Fellow, Aghajanzadeh will be in a unique position to not only gain invaluable knowledge about the energy industry, but he will be able to network and forge new connections with diverse, effective, and innovative energy leaders of the future. There is a tremendous amount of activity happening in the energy field in the Bay Area, across the nation, and the world. Being part of the CELI community is one way to get exposure to those activities.
When asked what excites him about the fellowship Arian stated, “I want to be a point of connection, to spark collaboration between CELI fellows, the organizations that they represent, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.”