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Research Asst - Graduate, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
BioRita Esuru Okoroafor is currently a Graduate student at the Energy Resources Engineering Department. She is interested in coupling Geomechanics with Reservoir Engineering of Enhanced Geothemal Systems.
Prior to the graduate program, she has worked with Schlumberger for over 12 years. Most of her work experience has been on the fields in the Gulf of Guinea. She has held the positions of Borehole Reservoir Engineer, Reservoir and Production Engineering Team Lead, Sales Manager, Reservoir Domain Champion and Real Time Productivity Steering Product Analyst.
Her technical roles resulted in extensive experience on Formation Testing, Petrophysics, Well Testing, Production Logging, Well Integrity and Single Well Simulation and Production Forecasting, from which she has ten technical papers published, one granted patent and one patent application.
Her non-technical roles gave her an opportunity to develop skills in leadership, communication, presentation and customer relationship management.
Since 2005, Rita has been an active volunteer with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), holding leadership and committee member positions, locally, regionally and internationally.
Her other interest includes writing and she is the author of the fiction novels "Against The Perfect Will" and "Morning Does Come".
Sarah Dawn Saltzer
Managing Director of SCCS, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordManaging Director Stanford Center for Carbon Storage
Managing Director Stanford Carbon Initiative
Research Assistant, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Staff, Ramirez Program
Research Associate, Digital Medic, Stanford Center for Health Education
BioNadine Ann Skinner is a recent graduate from the International Comparative Education program at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on the relationships between the philanthropic sector, social movements, and nongovernmental organizations with the education sector. She is a mixed-methods researcher with extensive experience with qualitative methods, including research design and content analysis. Her research focuses on the relationships between universities, nongovernmental organizations, civil society, social movements, and the philanthropic sector. Her research interests include International & Comparative Education; Nonprofits & Philanthropy; Education Policy; Human Rights Education; Social Movements; Civil Society, Higher Education; Gender Studies; Service Learning and Community Engagement; and Organizational Change. She has over ten years of experience working in research, evaluation, and grants and program management in international organizations, government agencies, community-based organizations, and global philanthropic foundations in multiple countries in the Americas. She earned a MPA degree from Cornell University in Social Policy. She also has a BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she double-majored in Politics and History.
Assistant Director of Student Services, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordStudent Services, Department of Energy Resources Engineering
Research Engineer, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordResearch Engineer at the Energy Resources Engineering Department
Executive Director of the Center for Mechanistic Control of Unconventional Formations (CMC-UF)