Important Information Regarding Membership Dues

At the September Board of Directors meeting, the Board discussed and overwhelmingly approved an increase the association’s national membership dues. This is the first time dues have been increased in 20 years. When the Board made this decision, they considered the impact of inflation, higher operating costs and the internal service improvements required which all add to higher cost for the organization.

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What A Conference!

The 2016 AABE National Conference (Chicago, IL) saw more than 600 members in attendance. The American Association of Blacks in Energy wishes to thank all of the many attendees, exhibitors, speakers and sponsors who made this year’s conference possible.

You have asked for it and now it’s here, a look back at some of the memorable presentations, photos of friends, sessions and videos recapping the entire national experience.

Take a glimpse at some of the highlights of notable keynote addresses, political debates, luncheons, highlight of Women in Power, gala celebration and many more. Now you can recapture the moments from AABE National Conference Chicago 2016 and prepare for the 40th Anniversary headed to Washington, DC.

Click here to explore our AABE Conferences Facebook page. You'll find photos from the conference along with updates about the 40th Anniversary AABE National Conference that will occur in 2017.

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The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) is a national association of energy professionals founded and dedicated to ensure the input of African Americans and other minorities into the discussions and developments of energy policies regulations, R&D technologies, and environmental issues.

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