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Michele Lunati is an Empedocle Maffia Fellow and a candidate in the Master in Public Administration program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and a Henry Morgenthau Fellow in the Masters of Business Administration program at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. At Wharton, Michele has served as co-president of the Public Policy and Politics Club, and has been working as a Research Assistant for Professor Ruben Lobel on a wind-farm investments study. Previously, he worked as a summer associate in the Renewable Energy fund of the private equity firm HgCapital—a fund investing in early-stage development of wind-, solar- and hydro-powered energy plants in Europe. He also worked within McKinsey’s Corporate Finance Practice on energy-related engagements across Europe and the Middle East. Prior to that, Michele worked for Morgan Stanley, focusing on mergers and acquisitions transactions and investments in the infrastructure, retai, and energy industries in Italy and in UK. Michele has volunteered with Young Enterprise as a teacher at Old Ford School in North-East London. Michele holds a BSc and MSc “con Lode” in Finance and Business Economics from Bocconi University, where he was a resident student at Collegio di Milano and a Merit Award Scholar.