Monday, May 18, 2009

NBCC Climate Change Ambassador Maurice Stone

National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) Energy Committee Chair Maurice R. Stone, left, who just finished the first ever Climate Change Summit course administrated by Vice President Al Gore, is now a certified Climate Change Ambassador. With that distinction Maurice will give 20+ workshops on the status and future of Climate Change. Those holding events should contact NBCC for bookings. His inaugural event will be on June 4 at the World Conference of Mayors summit in Jackson, Mississippi.

Maurice Stone is CEO of National Clean Fuels (NACF). NACF projects include vertically integrated technologies aimed at delivering energy savings, renewable fuels and clean fuel technologies to its clients. In addition, the company aims to implement projects that reduce dependence on foreign oil while delivering environmentally friendly products to consumers.

Mr. Stone earned his B.S. degree in electrical engineering, with a minor in Finance from Memphis State University in 1981. He also received training, certifications, and diplomas in Finance, Marketing, and Business Administration from IBM’s Corporate Training School (Endicott, NY; Cambridge, MA; and Irving, TX) in 1982.

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