Clean Talks: Bringing Diversity to Clean Energy, June 17

  • 17 Jun 2015
Event Description

Bringing Diversity to Clean Energy
June 17, 7:30- 9 am
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
63 Franklin Street
Boston, MA 02110

This event will feature a panel discussion focused on measures within organizations and universities to include and encourage women and minority groups to take up clean energy careers and how to diversify the clean energy workforce.

Zorica Pantic, President of Wentworth Institute of Technology
Amanda Downey, President of Greater Boston Chapter of American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)
Geoff Chapin, CEO of Next Step Living

Sara Castellanos, Technology Editor, Boston Business Journal

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