Welcome to the SAE Atlanta Section
The SAE Atlanta Section is an outstanding resource for people involved in all aspects of the vehicle mobility industry in and around the Atlanta area.
Some ways you can get involved:
- Develop valuable career skills that will benefit you on the job through a leadership role
- Offer a tour or event at your facility
- Suggest ideas for future events or meeting topics
- Connect with engineering students and young professionals in your region
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More information can also be found at http://www.sae-atlanta.org.
|October Section Meeting
|I would like to invite you to the upcoming October Section Meeting.
We have the honor of hosting Alternative Fuel Vehicles Commissioner Tim Echols on October 1st at the Centergy Building in Atlanta. Commisioner Echols will be sharing how he has helped make Georgia a leader in the alternative fuel vehicle space.
There will also be presentations by Mike Stonecipher and Don Pital from Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute.
We will be providing light snacks and beverages before the meeting.
6:30-7:00p.m. Meet and greet
7:00-7:20 Alternative Fuel Vehicles - Commissioner Tim Echols
7:20-7:40 Southeastern Automotive Manufacturing Technology Acceleration Center (SE-MTAC) Update - Mike Stonecipher
7:40-8:00 New B2B Portal for Automotive Industry - Don Pital
Please RSVP at SAEAtlantaRSVP@gmail.com or 770-515-9127
Event is being held at Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute is located in the Centergy building in Technology Square. (Directions Attached)
75 Fifth Street NW
Atlanta Georgia 30308
Commissioner Tim Echols BIO:
Tim Echols was elected to the Commission in the general election of November 2010 after spending 15 years in the non-profit sector. Echols founded 'TeenPact' and grew the mock legislative youth program to 38 states in his tenure. He continues to serve on the Board of Directors.
Tim's campaign focused on consumer protection, clean energy, and accountability. He travels the state speaking to students, civic groups and businesses about the importance of the PSC's responsibilities especially providing accountability to those the agency regulates.
Commissioner Echols has been outspoken about Georgia's nuclear waste--still sitting on both sites. He supports a Heritage Foundation plan that would privatize the reprocessing and disposal of commercial nuclear 'material.' Believing if the space program can be privatized, then certainly nuclear waste disposition can too.
Tim has three degrees from the University of Georgia and still makes his home in the Athens area with his wife Windy and their seven children.
SAE International Atlanta Chair