In 2014, NESEA established the Kate Goldstein Fund for Emerging Professionals to honor Kate Goldstein’s legacy of leadership, innovation, and ingenuity. The fund has provided scholarships for more than 30 individuals at the beginning of their careers to participate in NESEA conferences, courses, and events.
About the Fund
Kate Goldstein passed away in India at the age of 28 in 2014. Kate was a PhD student at the MIT Building Technology department and a NESEA board and lifetime member. Kate was a brilliant, inspiring, and caring individual, who served as an example of how we want our organization to support emerging professionals.
To date, the Kate Fund has raised almost $55,000 to honor Kate’s legacy of support for the next generation of sustainable/renewable energy professionals. Donations to the Kate Fund are always welcome.
Donate to the Kate Fund
In 2014, NESEA established the Kate Goldstein Fund for Emerging Professionals in Sustainable Energy to honor Kate's legacy of leadership, innovation, and ingenuity.
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