The AABE Conference, Virtual Too

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American Association of Blacks in Energy

Fortnightly Magazine - October 2020
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Way back in the nineteen-seventies, when Jimmy Carter was the wonk in the White House, the American Association of Blacks in Energy was founded. In the decades since, AABE has convened execs and thought-leaders of every complexion focusing on the role of African Americans in the industry and the industry's service to minority communities. 

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AABE holds amazing national conferences, which the PUF Staff annually looks forward to attending, but while the pandemic sidelined an in-person event this year, we were there virtually, too. We were transfixed again by the quality of speakers, with an added element of emotion.

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