Stacey DeFino


Director - Boston

Stacey DeFino is a first-year MBA student at the MIT Sloan School of Management and intends to work in the petroleum industry after graduation. At Sloan, Stacey serves as the Sloan Energy and Environment Club’s Co-Vice President for Industry Relations and has founded the MIT Energy Club Oil & Gas Sub-Community, a multidisciplinary, institute-wide group focusing on the petroleum industry.


Stacey recently completed an internship with Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), where she helped manage part of the CERA Week events in Houston. Prior to matriculating at Sloan, Stacey was energy policy advisor to U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess of Texas. In that capacity, she focused primarily on natural gas issues pertaining to the Barnett Shale and increasing the use of biodiesel in the U.S. auto fleet. Stacey earned her B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and is a native of Houston, TX. | (512) 217-4174