Our Team

Mozine Lowe

Mozine Lowe

Executive Director

Mozine comes to work every day thinking of ways to advance the mission of the Center for Energy Education (C4EE) and improve life in our community. Her vision is for everyone to learn and grow along with the renewable energy industry and to get informed about all aspects of energy from generation to consumption. To achieve this, she works hard to provide unique opportunities for everyone to gain knowledge and skills through the C4EE’s programs. When Mozine isn’t thinking about the Center, she spends as much time as possible with her husband Walter and their two kids Monique and Walter III.

Stevelyn Joy Cosselmon

Stevelyn Joy Cosselmon

Office Manager

Stevelyn keeps the Center running smoothly by scheduling school events, handling building usage, and managing financial records. She enjoys being the lead coordinator for the C4EE Summer Camp program and “Teaching Tomorrow’s Scientists”. Working at C4EE allows her to make a difference by helping others learn about renewable energy and how to be more energy efficient. She enjoys working in her gardens on sunny days and various outdoor activities.

Cindy Powell

Cindy Powell

Community Liaison

“Welcome to the Center!!” Cindy is the first person you meet at the front Lobby, eager to give you a cheery welcome and a tour of our renewable energy exhibits.
She is our sunny community liason; engaging the public , inviting all to our many programs for all ages, such as energy efficiency, solar workshops, summer camps for kids, and special senior health programs.
As Louis Armstrong wrote and sang – I see trees of green, red roses, too, I see them bloom for me and you, and I think to myself, What a Wonderful World – that sums up her love for nature and its many, many renewable resources!

Christina Hill

Christina Hill

Marketing and Communications Manager

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.

D'Artagnan Beets

D'Artagnan Beets

C4EE Associate

D’Artagnan believes that education on sustainable energy that is safe for the environment benefits his generation and the generation 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.

Jared Nester

Jared Nester

Student Intern

Jared believes that being educated about solar energy is especially important in communities where solar farms are present. He sees growth opportunities within the solar industry and is thrilled to be a part of it. As a C4EE intern, he assists with summer camps, helps with exhibit upkeep, and brainstorms stimulating ways to communicate energy education. After a busy day at C4EE, Jared likes to play his guitar, go bowling, and spend time with friends.

Jared is a rising senior at Liberty University where he is studying electrical engineering.

Jalen Mills

Jalen Mills

Student Intern

Jalen has a strong passion for education and enjoys working with children. She is thrilled to be helping with summer camps and other educational projects as a C4EE intern. Jalen assists with planning creative ways to engage youth in the community in activities relating to solar technology. When she is not encouraging people to visit the Center, she is singing, binge watching Netflix, or working at her parents’ restaurant.

Jalen is a rising sophomore at UNC-Chapel Hill where she majors in human development and family studies and minors in education.

Jalen Lynch

Jalen Lynch

C4EE Intern

Jalen is proud to be a part of spreading the valuable resources and information on renewable energy that the center provides for the community. As an intern, he focuses on assisting with workforce development and training, construction, and event preparation. When he is away from the Center, he is known for his corner jump shot on the basketball court. On a quiet day, he can be found reading a good book.

Jalen is a senior at Roanoke Valley Early College while majoring in Industrial Systems at Halifax Community College.