EnerTech Managing Director Wally Hunter joins Cornell Univ/Tech Infrastructure Advisory Board

Anthony Ferrari, Chair of the Cornell University/Tech CPIP Advisory Board, is honoured to announce that Wally Hunter, the Managing Director of EnerTech Capital, has formally been appointed to the Advisory Board at Cornell University/Tech's Program in Infrastructure Policy (CPIP).

Headquartered in Philadelphia and Toronto, EnerTech Capital is a private investment firm focused on innovation in the energy and technology industries: investing in mid-stage venture companies that offer products and services that dramatically improve the profitability of producing or consuming energy.

Mr. Hunter is one of several distinguished global leaders in Infrastructure to have most recently been appointed to the CPIP Advisory Board, including:

  • SideWalk Labs (an Alphabet/Google company) (San Francisco & New York City) - Director - Brian Barlow
  • BlackRock Infrastructure (New York) - Managing Director & Global COO - Anne Valentine Andrews
  • Carlyle Global Infrastructure Opportunity Fund (Washington, DC) – Managing Director & Co-Head – Andrew Marino
  • Ontario Teachers’ Infrastructure & Natural Resources (Toronto, Canada) – Managing Director, Greenfield Investments & Value Creation – Olivia Steedman
  • PGGM Investment Management (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – Head of Investments, Infrastructure - Dennis van Alphen
  • IRIDIUM/ACS Global Infrastructure Development NA (Madrid, Spain) - CEO - Nuria Haltiwanger
  • Brookfield Infrastructure Group (New York) – Managing Director, Hadley Peer Marshall
  • Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) (Brisbane, Australia) - Global Head of Infrastructure - Ross Israel
  • Antin Infrastructure Partners (London & Paris) - Managing Partner & Co-Head - Mark Crosbie
  • TIAA Global Real Assets (Charlotte & New York) - Senior Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer for Global Real Assets - Heather Davis
  • CalSTRS (California State Teachers' Retirement System) (Sacramento) - Director of Inflation Sensitive asset class, including Infrastructure - Paul Shantic
  • Prudential Capital Group (Newark) - Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance Group - William Pappas
  • Washington State Investment Board (Olympia) - Senior Investment Officer for Infrastructure Investing - Kurt Akers
  • Ports America (Jersey City) - Chief Strategy Officer - Peter Ford
  • Starwood Energy Group (Greenwich) - CEO - Himanshu Saxena
  • Siemens Financial Services (New York City) - President & CEO - Kirk Edelman
  • Cintra (Madrid) - Global CEO - Enrique Diaz-Rato
  • Globalvia Infrastructure (Madrid) - Global CEO - Javier Fortea Perez
  • CH2M Global Water Business Group (Denver) - Global President - Peter Nicol
  • AECOM Capital (Wash DC & New York) - SVP & Global P3 Lead - Karl Reichelt
  • Bechtel (Wash DC) – President, Bechtel Enterprises - Keith Hennessey
  • Parsons Enterprises (New York) - Executive Vice President & Head of PPPs - Ruth McMurrow
  • Loop Capital (Chicago) - Chairman, CEO & Founder - Jim Reynolds, Jr.
  • KPMG Infrastructure (Toronto, Canada), Global Chairman, Stephen Beatty
  • Nossaman LLP (Los Angeles) - Partner & Infrastructure Practice Group Chair - Patrick Harder
  • Cornell Professor (Ithaca) & Chair of International Advisory Group, Cambridge University Centre for Smart Construction (Cambridge, UK) - Thomas O'Rourke

The new CPIP Board members join a highly accomplished group of serving Board members who together include leaders across the US and globally within two key verticals: 1/ Infrastructure & Technology and 2/ Infrastructure Development, Financing & Investing.

The Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy (CPIP) is the leading Infrastructure-focused center in North America.

The Director of CPIP is Professor Rick Geddes, and the Executive Director of CPIP is Tom Madison, Jr.

With an international student body, Cornell CPIP offers courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as executive education and certificate programs.

CPIP-affiliated researchers at Cornell and other academic institutions are pursuing topics that impact and are advancing Infrastructure around the world. For more information, see www.human.cornell.edu./pam/cpip/

Cornell University is a globally-renowned Ivy League university based in New York. Cornell's main campus is in Ithaca and the university has recently opened Cornell Tech, a major new tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City (https://tech.cornell.edu).

Cornell University (www.cornell.edu) is the only Ivy League university to have a dedicated program focused on Infrastructure

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