The objectives of creating a local chapter of the association in East Africa are, among others:
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Association is led by an Executive Committee consisting of highly qualified persons in the energy industry. All the members are committed to making positive and sustainable changes in the energy industry. This commitment is shown through their constant support of different programmes and initiatives that are aimed at transforming how the energy industry operates in Eastern Africa. The following is a list of the members of the Executive Committee;
THE COUNCIL ON WOMEN IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP (CWEEL)
The Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) International is a division of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) of the United States.
The Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) International is a division of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) of the United States. It supports the role of women in the energy and environmental industries by assisting in the career development activities for existing professionals, enabling young women aspiring to leadership roles to find mentors that will support their own development and enabling networking among professionals in the energy and environmental industries.
The CWEEL-Eastern Africa falls under the Association of Energy Professional in Eastern Africa (AEPEA) which is a professional body for all professionals working in the energy sector. It is registered in Kenya and accredited as chapter of the AEE since 2014 as the second local chapter of the AEE in Africa after the South African chapter.
For one to be a part of the CWEEL-EA network, one has to join the AEPEA membership as all AEPEA Members are automatically CWEEL-EA Members.