Meet the MBA Class of 2024: Eliana Winderman

Eliana Winderman photographed in Marshall Family Commons

From hiking 2,000 miles in the Brazilian Amazon to being barred in several states, and clerking for a judge at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Eliana Winderman (MBA ’24) has already achieved so much. This combination of experiences made her realize that she wanted to use her law and business degrees to focus on the transition of the US energy infrastructure to more renewable energy. With the recent auction of over 370,000 acres of offshore wind development rights off the coast of California and the breakthrough in solar cell efficiency, Winderman is right on time to capitalize on the shifting energy landscape. She chose Tulane’s A. B. Freeman School of Business to gain an in-depth comprehension of energy economics and energy management. “Freeman allows me to combine an MBA with an Energy Concentration,” stated Winderman, “this flexibility gives me the opportunity to take very specialized classes and learn from leaders in the industry.”

If you are interested to learn more about Winderman or other MBA students, reach out to the Career Management Center, A.B. Freeman School of Business.