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Members and guests, 


I am humbled, honored, and privileged to assume the role of President of the Birmingham chapter of AABE. Our organization exists to build awareness and promote energy consciousness and sustainability within the communities we serve.  We achieve this by offering community engagement opportunities for our members and innovative educational programs for local students. 

This year, 2020, will be a year of continued growth for us as we focus on professional development opportunities for our members, educational opportunities for local students, and increased service to our community. 

Throughout the year, I ask that you engage with us as we continue to address the needs seen in our industry and our community.  I am confident, that with the collaboration of the executive board and committee members, we will positively impact those we touch.

Key elements that drive our efforts include:


We promote partnerships with community leaders, local businesses, policymakers, academia and industry peers.


We connect regularly with our members, ensuring they have ample opportunities for engagement.  Along with receiving communication from us, follow us on our social media pages.


If you are interested in us, then we are interested in you.  We welcome your time, talents, and resources.  Have a seat at the table, where you will be treated with respect and have access to all opportunities and resources that we offer.  We want you to feel empowered to fully contribute to the success of this organization. 

Along with the AABE Birmingham executive board, we welcome you and are excited about the year ahead. I look forward to personally getting to know you. 

Yours in Service,

Monica McShan 


AABE: Energy Knowledge for our Community, our People and our Tomorrow


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