As Wharton's sole undergraduate organization dedicated to energy, we strive to provide students with opportunities to learn the ins and outs of the energy industry. Our members' interests span the industry--from renewable energy finance to hydrocarbon production--so we empower our members to explore each aspect of the space and give them the resources to pursue career opportunities in energy. Because of its niche, WUEG attracts a diverse group of students and thrives as a community grounded in mutual learning, collaboration, and innovation.
The Executive Board
Julia Lesko, President, (CAS and Wharton '20)
Julia, a junior in Wharton and the College of Arts and Sciences, serves as President of WUEG. She studies Statistics in Wharton and Political Science in the College. She is interested in how effective policy can support the transition to clean energy, as well as how energy policy affects world events. This summer, she interned at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Paul Greenough, VP of Events (Wharton '19)
Paul, a senior studying Economics and Middle Eastern Studies in addition to Arabic, is currently serving as the Vice President of Events for the Wharton Undergraduate Energy Group. His interests lie in the future of oil and gas as well as the emerging role of innovative shale technology. He spent his most recent summer working at Stifel Investment Banking, and during his previous summer internships, he worked as a summer energy analyst at the National Oil Company of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Aramco.
Andrew Langalis, VP of Finance (SEAS '19)
Andrew serves as Vice President of Finance. He is a senior studying chemical and biomolecular engineering with a minor in chemistry. He is a member of Penn Electric Racing, working on the Aerodynamics and Composites Team. His research interests include small molecular catalysis and water purification methods.
Kevin Kim, VP of Corporate Relations (CAS and Wharton '19)
Kevin, a senior in Wharton and the College of Arts and Sciences, serves as Vice President of Corporate Outreach. He studies Economics in the College and Finance in Wharton. He is interested in sustainability and energy commodities. These past two summers, he worked at The Riverside Company and Landmark Ventures.
Alan Wang, VP of Marketing (Wharton '21)
Alan is a sophomore in Wharton serving as the Vice President of Marketing. He studies Management and Business Analytics and plans to explore a career in management consulting. He is most interested in the future of mining and oil & gas. Alan worked at Amalan as a Finance Intern this summer in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Timothy Chung, VP of Academics (CAS '21)
Timothy, a sophomore in Wharton, serves as the Vice President of the Academic committee of WUEG. He studies Management and Finance and he is interested in advanced non-renewable energy sources and how they relate to the business world. This past summer, he interned at Magnus Oak Capital, a middle market private equity firm in Houston.