Photo Gallery

Scholarship Luncheon - Indianapolis, IN - May 2011

Marie Knox, Vice President of the Indiana Chapter of AABE, poses with Kiara Miller, Indiana Chapter's Scholarship receipiantKiara is from Indianapolis, IN and is a senior at Key Learning Community School, she will be attending Ball State University to study Actuarial Science.

 

Vice President Marie Knox is seen here posing with Randy Lazo-Torres, Indiana Chapter's second scholarship receipiant.  Randy is from Avon, IN and is a senior at Avon High School.  He will study Architecture at Ball State University.

 

Members of the AABE Indiana Chapter pose with scholarship receipiants Kiara and Randy.  They are (seated) Carmensita Clark and Veneita Willis, (standing)Vice President Marie Knox, Treasure Dawn Evans-Casey, and James Ridley.

 

Games People Play Funraiser - Merrillville, IN - March 2011

At the Indiana AABE scholarship fundraiser "Games People Play" in Northwest Indiana. Jenga seemed to be the main entertainment of the night. There were a few bid whists hands played and Michael Jackson spins on the Nintendo Wii. (Left to right: Kim Broader, James Ridley, & Crystal Williams-French).

Continued sabotage at Kim's turn to select a block. (Left to right: Ian Adams, Mike Suggs, Willie Steele, & Kim Broader).

 

Girls Inc. - Volunteer Project - Paramount School of Excellence - Indianapolis, IN - February 2011

Indiana AABE volunteers with Girls Inc. at the Paramount School of Excellence in Indianapolis, IN.  Volunteers met with young girls over the lunch hour to share career successes, challenges, and advice on how to achieve their dreams and goals and to discuss opportunities in the energy industry. 

(From left to right: Marie Knox of Midwest ISO, Dawn Evans-Casey of Citizens Energy Group, Carmen Clark of Midwest ISO, Veneita Willis of Midwest ISO, and Chantee Eldridge of Midwest ISO)

The Paramount School of Excellence is a kindergarten through 8th grade urban charter school with innovative technology and state-of-the-art educational practices. PSoE is the first K-8 school in the U.S. with a  wind farm. The school has five 40ft, 2500 Watt wind turbines spotted over 9 acres.

Indiana Chapter Vice President, Marie Knox, stands with one of PSoE's robots. The school has an enhancement curriculum called robo360TM that is built around robotic autonomy using Legos® and metallic based construction sets. Students have fun exploring electricity and technology concepts with robo360TM projects by putting together a robot, building a motor or engine model, and studying fuel cells and solar power.

  

 

Indiana Black Expo - Indianapolis, IN - July 2009

Jerri Patton with Citizens Energy Group at the 2009 Indiana Black Expo's Youth Entrepreneur Seminar and Black Business Conference to hear keynote speaker Ervin "Magic" Johnson.

 

Scholarship Luncheon - Indianapolis, IN - May 2010

Ryan Penelton from Fishers, Indiana, one of our 2010 scholarship award receipients receives his award from Indiana Chapter Treasurer, Dawn Evans-Casey. Ryan will attend Indiana University in the fall of 2010.  He plans to study Computer Science.

Ryan Penelton from Hamilton Southeastern High School and Indiana Chapter Vice President Marie Knox.

 

AABE President Frank Stewart Visit - Indianapolis, IN

Indiana Chapter President Michael Suggs at Midwest ISO participating in a Q&A with AABE President & COO Frank Stewart along with Midwest ISO VP of State Regulatory Relations David Hadley.

Midwest ISO discussion on diversity with AABE President and COO Frank Stewart.

 

 

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