Soulful Synergy

Clean Energy Jobs, Justice & Community Development – with Soulful Synergy Founders Dwayne Norris and Alex Alvarez

Episode 17

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Ron Kamen

Ron Kamen has decades of expertise & leadership in catalyzing exponential change in sustainable energy adoption with communities, governments, non-profits, and businesses.

Quantum Quote: “Humanity is the immune system of the planet – we’re the only creatures that can adapt to almost every type of environment on this planet and make it healthier.”

Dwayne Norris and Alex Alvarez are the founders of Soulful Synergy, LLC, a full service, minority-owned, socially conscious consulting company that takes a multifaceted approach to sustainability, workforce, and community development. Their goal is to empower people, organizations, and communities to thrive, by connecting them to opportunities that maximize the resources available to them.

In this episode, we build on the story of how 3.4 million Americans are currently working in clean energy jobs and look at the intersection of clean energy, environmental and economic justice, and job training with a specific focus on connecting the people who most need work with the work that most needs to be done, and fight pollution and poverty at the same time.

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Supernova 1:  “Clean energy is going to be one of the biggest transfers of wealth that we’ve ever seen. This is a great chance for communities that have been left behind to get back into things and create healthy, sustaining neighborhoods.”

Supernova 2:  “I never let my schooling interfere with my education. Always keep learning, keep striving to better understand what’s happening and how you can play a role.”

Supernova 3:  “Clean energy can connect the people who most need work with the work that most needs to be done – and fight pollution and poverty at the same time.”

Supernova 4:   “To see the change that we want to see in the world, we need to help individuals be the best versions of themselves with the training that will get them good jobs.”

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