Mozine comes to work every day thinking of ways to advance the mission of the Center for Energy Education (C4EE) and improve the 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 thiniking about the Center, she spends as much time as possible with her husband Walter and their two kids Monique and Walter III.
Education Manager Technology
Rodney recently joined the Center for Energy Education as our Education Manager of Technology. He comes to us from Duke Energy, where he was employed as Solar Technician II. Rodney is a graduate of Halifax Community College where he obtained degrees in Information Technology and Industrial Systems Technology. Rodney’s technical expertise and industry experience contribute to C4EE’s training programs and renewable energy projects. Reflecting on this, Rodney strives to be a good steward of the land.
Stevelyn Joy Cosselmon
Stevelyn keeps the center running smoothly by scheduling events and keeping the calendar up to date. 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.
DeVaughn is our C4EE Intern. He assists in anyway possible from helping lead classes to showing guest around the facility. DeVaughn believes that nonprofits often become overlooked so there are a great amount of opportunities out there to help assist the community. During his free time DeVaughn enjoys spending time with his family and friends.
“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!