The Center creates a space where education, research, industry innovation, business engagement, and the demonstration of solar energy combine to show excellence in renewable energy as well as create economic growth. The C4EE inspires learning, discovery, and imagination about renewables in all its visitors.
At C4EE, Mozine’s vision is to offer a more inclusive and equitable learning platform for everyone to participate in the growing renewable energy industry through community engagement programs. She is excited to find unique and meaningful opportunities for everyone to gain knowledge and skills through the Center’s programs.
Mozine is a board member of Halifax Community College Foundation, Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Conservation Trust of North Carolina.
Mozine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and certification from AT&T’s Organization Development Management Program.
Christina’s appreciation for outdoor beauty fuels her creativity. The work she does at the Center allows her to construct clever ways to communicate its mission and manage community engagement. She is enthusiastic about learning new ways to conserve energy because she, in turn, enjoys sharing that knowledge with others.
When she is not promoting the Center on social media, she is often found snapping photos, enjoying music, or spending time with her family and friends.
Christina holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a minor in Marketing from Chowan University. She received a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from Regent University.
D’Artagnan believes that education on sustainable energy that is safe for the environment benefits his generation and the generations after. To him, using clean energy is a more efficient way to prevent the stripping of finite resources. As C4EE Associate, D’Artagnan researches expansive ways for the Center to reach remote communities and helps plan and coordinate events. When he is not working at C4EE, he can be found on stage singing and playing guitar, spending time with friends, or assisting at his dad’s gym.
Siobhan has an extreme enthusiasm for education. She enjoys immensely working with children, teens, and adults. Siobhan works tirelessly to ensure that daily operations run smoothly in the C4EE Office. She is thrilled to be a part of a team and community who believes in elevating knowledge of solar energy.
She is a transplant from Maryland, with strong family ties to the North Carolina area. When she’s not working with Mozine, staff, and the community on educating and advancing the community on solar technology, she’s spending time with family, especially her son, James, grandchildren, James, and Madison.
Matthew’s role has him on the road facilitating remote C4EE educational and training programs with the C4EE Mobile Classroom. Based out of the C4EE Ohio office, he enjoys being a friendly liaison to public officials, schools, and community organizations on the Center’s behalf. One of the main reasons Matthew started working in the Solar Industry nearly a decade ago was to make a difference. He believes that by working with the Center, he has finally been able to realize that goal on a larger scale!
When Matthew is not on the road answering questions about solar energy, Matt enjoys hiking with his dogs, spending time with his children, poetry, and woodworking. He is very excited to explore the beautiful countryside with his family.
John enjoys the unique opportunities the C4EE brings to the mid-Atlantic region. His background in education serves as an asset to the team. He happily plans and leads educational training programs like Teaching Tomorrow’s Scientists and Engineers workshops. John values being apart of an educational and training center that serves all community groups and business organizations. He describes the Center as a place where individuals, groups, and businesses can prosper in the new era of renewable energy.
Stacie keeps the team organized by managing the office calendar. She is the first face seen by visitors to the Center and is the pleasant voice on the other side of the phone when anyone calls. Stacie describes renewable energy as the gateway to the future because we are not going to run out of sunlight, wind, or water.
Stacie loves seeing students benefit from the Center’s programs. She has witnessed both young students coming to learn about the solar basics with their schools and adults learning how to begin solar careers.
In her spare time, Stacie enjoys fishing with her son, reading, and attending bonfires with family. Stacie is also a proud volunteer First Responder with Fire, Rescue, and EMS.