AABE 2020 Summer Series

Register for Upcoming Webinar Topics:

July 22, 2020: Sustainability Practice

July 29, 2020: Best Practices in Supplier Diversity

August 5, 2020: A Look Ahead, 2021 Energy Policy Projections

AABE Membership Drive

As an active AABE member, you know first-hand the value your membership provides. Share your success by participating in the AABE's "Member-Get-A-Member" campaign. By participating, individuals will earn national recognition and rewards for recruitment of new members and reinstatement of expired members. They'll also be acknowledged on the AABE Website, highlighted on AABE's social media networks and at the 2021 National Conference. See more information to the right.

AABE 2020 Membership Matters Information.pdf

AABE MI - THAW Fundraiser

AABE Michigan is partnering with The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW), an independent 510©(3) non-profit organization that distributes assistance to vulnerable Michigan residents. Join AABE MI in supporting those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fundraiser will run July 1 - August 31

*Donate by scanning the QR Code

AABE 2020 Virtual Conference: Energy Re-Imagined

Join us in the cloud for the 43rd Annual National Conference of the American Association of Blacks in Energy® (AABE®) from August 18 - 20, 2020.

During the 2 1/2-day conference, the Association will host more than 300 energy industry and community leaders who will convene to discuss: emerging policies, issues and technology advancements that impact global energy resources; strategic innovative solutions and trends in the energy industry; and, partnering opportunities designed to create a sustainable future through; environmental stewardship, social responsibility, entrepreneurial inclusion, and career advancement.

Conference registration is scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.

NOTE: ALL current registrations for the AABE® 2020 National Conference will be transferred to the new virtual conference.

See you in the clouds!

-- AABE® National Office

See more information on the national AABE® website: