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Kentuckians have made it clear that we want an energy future that supports jobs, health, equity and climate – and we have great ideas for how to bring that about. The Empower Kentucky Summit will be largest gathering ever of a diverse set of Kentuckians figuring out what it will take to bring about Kentucky’s Bright Energy Future. 

For the past year we’ve been listening to the ideas, hopes and needs of Kentuckians, learning from what other states have done, and tapping into technological and economic expertise to put together a draft plan for what’s possible, what it will take and why it matters for Kentucky to make a just transition to a clean energy economy 

If you’re interested in being part of a well-informed, creative, visionary, justice-oriented conversation about building the agenda for Kentucky’s energy future, join us September 30 – October 1 in Louisville.

Click here to register to attend! 

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Saturday, October 1 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Panel discussion: Generating political will

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Cassia Herron

Board Chair, Louisville Association for Community Economics
Cassia is a native of Richmond, KY and has lived in Louisville for most of her adult life. She is a community development professional and advocate with over 10 years experience working on projects at the intersections of community and economic development, food and the built environment... Read More →

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Cara Cooper

KY Student Environmental Coalition
Cara has a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from Florida International University and has been involved in the environmental movement since 2008. She served two years on the National Sierra Student Coalition’s Executive Committee (2012-2013) as the trainings liaison where... Read More →
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Eric Dixon

Coordinator of Policy and Community Engagement, Appalachian Citizens' Law Center
Eric served as an Appalachian Transition Fellow at Appalachian Citizens' Law Center in the fellowship program’s inaugural 2014-15 year and joined ACLC’s staff in June 2015. Eric coordinates ACLC’s policy analysis and engagement efforts, particularly around abandoned mine land... Read More →
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Michael Leon Guerrero

Executive Director, Labor Network for Sustainability
Michael Leon Guerrero has recently been appointed Executive Director of the Labor Network for Sustainability (LNS). Previously, he served as the National Coordinator of the Climate Justice Alliance. Michael brings 30 years of community organizing and alliance building experience... Read More →
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Jacqueline Patterson

Senior Director, Environmental and Climate Justice, NAACP
Currently the Senior Director of NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice, Jacqui Patterson, MSW, MPH, serves on the Boards of Directors for the Institute of the Black World, the National Black Workers Center, The River Network, and Center for Story Based Strategy and the Center for... Read More →
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Rebecca Peek

Masters Student and former SEIU organizer
Rebecca is a women and gender master's student at the University of Louisville and a former union organizer for the Service Employees International Union/ National Conference of Firemen and Oilers (SEIU/ NCFO).  During her time with the union, she focused on organizing non-union... Read More →

Saturday October 1, 2016 3:15pm - 4:15pm EDT
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage 1701 W Muhammad Ali Blvd, Louisville, KY 40203