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Champa Gujjanudu
Haas School of Business,UC Berkeley

Guest blogger Champa Gujjanudu is a 2nd-year MBA student at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley and a Net Impact Chapter Leader. She spent the first part of this summer working in Chile on a feasibility study for green data centers as an economy driver for the country and also worked at SAP with their Sustainability team in California focusing on energy efficiency issues for technology infrastructure. Champa is interested in scalable solutions at the BoP with a particular emphasis on energy issues and sustainability.

Prior to Haas, Champa was a Strategy Consultant with BearingPoint in the United States and in New Zealand. She has held consulting positions in various industries such as Financial Services, Healthcare and Technology. She graduated with a degree from the University of Auckland with degrees in Computer Science and Business Information Systems.

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