Irving Institute Welcomes Matt LeBlanc '92 to Advisory Board

The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth is pleased to announce a new addition to its Advisory Board, Matt LeBlanc '92. LeBlanc is a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management where he currently serves as Chief Investment Officer of the Infrastructure Investments Group (IIG). 

In welcoming LeBlanc, Board Chair Scott Fisher '93, TH'93, TU'98, stated, "Matt has established himself as one of the most accomplished investors in the energy sector, with deep experience that spans both traditional and emerging technologies. Furthermore, as the former Co-Chair of the Advisory Board of the Yale Center for Business and the Environment, Matt understands the challenges, opportunities, and strategies for institutes in the energy and society space. Matt's wealth of knowledge and experience will be invaluable as the Irving Institute continues to quickly emerge as one of the preeminent academic institutes in developing the next generation of energy leaders and advancing a brighter energy future for society."

LeBlanc has over a quarter century of power, utility and energy finance and private equity experience in the development and acquisition of power generation facilities, natural resources production, distributed cogeneration assets, regulated utility, transmission and distribution assets, alternative fuels companies, as well as pipelines, midstream and other transportation, storage, and logistics assets. 

Prior to IIG, Matt LeBlanc spent nearly eleven years at ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC (ArcLight) where he was a Principal and responsible for the origination, execution and management of power and energy investments in the U.S. and Europe. Before working at ArcLight, he was a Vice President at Berenson Minella & Company's energy advisory practice, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions. LeBlanc was also an Associate in the Global Power Group at Salomon Smith Barney and began his career at The NorthBridge Group, an economic and strategic consulting firm serving the electric power and natural gas industries. 

LeBlanc earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Economics from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. His term on the Irving Institute Advisory Board begins January 1, 2021.