Contact

Ben Evanson

President

Hey what’s up ! I’m Ben !  I’m one of nature’s biggest fans; been on some super cool hikes all over the place. I’ll rapid fire some of my hobbies: climbing, sculpting, soccer, camping, volleyball, cooking, napping, graphic design, kayaking, and LEARNING ABOUT NETS ! Have a good day !

Email: bjevanson2@gmail.com

Miguel Esteva

Vice President

5’11”

Email: mikiesteva@gmail.com

Sebastian Davoli

Direct Air Capture Team

Hi my name’s Sebastian! I love everything culinary, music and whatever recent rabbit hole of culture I’ve fallen down

Email: spdavoli@comcast.net

Grant Scherer

Policy Team

Hey y’all! My name’s Grant and I’m one of the Policy team leads for the ’21-’22 academic year. In my free time, I like to camp, hike, play soccer, and listen to and play music with my friends. I’m a Government major planning to go to law school, but I’m interested in energy policy and environmental justice. If you’re like me and aren’t a STEM major but still want to contribute, the Policy team might be the place for you! We welcome anyone who’s passionate about removing emissions from our atmosphere to fight against global warming. Please feel free to contact me or any of the leadership team about anything!

Email: grant.scherer@utexas.edu

Vilasini Nayar

Policy Team

Hi my name is Vilasini! I’m a sophomore and my interest in net negative emissions began at the beginning of quarantine! My dad and my brother both work in energy companies transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables. Both of them sparked my curiosity towards finding sustainable solutions for our atmosphere and carbon capture technology peaked my interest the most. As a policy co-lead I’m looking forward to spreading awareness on campus focusing on explaining why net negative emissions are important, gaining traction at the local and state levels for more funding towards CCUS tech, and learning more about government backed programs (like carbon credits) and their ability to make a greener future more feasible and achievable!

Email: vilasini.nayar@utexas.edu

Matthew Wood

Outreach and Recruitment

To introduce myself, I am a sophomore that is majoring in chemical engineering looking into the subfields of optimization and sustainability. I am very excited to be the outreach and recruitment officer for the NET project and I’ll be helping with connecting the university students to the NET research directors. I hope I can share my love for NETs with as many people as possible to educate my fellow Longhorns.

Email: mbw.matthewwood@utexas.edu

Leah Dubiel

Internal Coordinator

Hi y’all! I’m a mechanical engineering sophomore from Austin and I love to paint with watercolors, bake pastries, watch sunsets, and read for fun. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions or thoughts regarding the website, blog or anything else!

Email: leahdubiel@utexas.edu

Katrina Kilsby

Social Media Coordinator

Hey! I’m Katrina, and I’m studying Mechanical Engineering. I was born and raised in Austin. One of my favorite things to do is hike in the mountains where I won’t die of heat exhaustion. I’m also super passionate about health/fitness and of course the environment.

Email: katrinanic@gmail.com

Brenna Van Skiver

Social Chair

Hi I’m Brenna, the Social Chair for NET, and I’m a rising junior in Corporate Communications! I’m passionate about combining the field of communications with the more technical side of environmental issues. In my free time, I love trying different coffee places in Austin, paddle boarding, and doing anything outdoors.

Email: brennavs@utexas.edu

Cat Pozos

Outreach and Recruitment

Hi Howdy! I’m Cat! I’m a Sustainability + Geography double major, Science Communications minor, Ex-vegan, Film Photography purist, and Audiobook lover. I keep a swimsuit in my car so I’m always ready to jump into the closest body of water, and I hope we can all learn about NETs together!

Email: catalinapozosp@gmail.com

Vishrudh Sriramprasad

Founder

Email: vishsriram99@utexas.edu

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