Thursday, January 07, 2010

Sonja Ebron: blackEnergy

Sonja Ebron, left, is the chief executive officer of blackEnergy, based in Atlanta, Georgia. blackEnergy is a national distributor of energy conservation products and an organizer of energy buying groups that help people use their utility bills to support Black communities.

Sonja has a PhD electrical engineering and is a former college professor with a background in utilities. Ms. Magazine described her as a change agent for "the belief that environmental and social consciousness can create satisfaction in the soul and the wallet."

Sonja is the recipient of the Atlanta Business League's 2007 Super Tuesday Award for Non-Traditional Business, and she was named a 2008 SuperWoman by the Atlanta Tribune.

Sonja is a longtime friend of AAEA and we salute her work with blackEnergy.

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