Kristin volunteered at Dream Drive’s Christmas event where she helped distribute gifts and create a day of fun for children in foster care or who are experiencing financial instability in the Buck County, PA area.
Etek Cofounder and CEO, Eva Gerrits, visited her alma mater to talk with Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (EPIB) students about career opportunities in the energy space and her journey as an entrepreneur.
Energetek Cofounder and President, Kristin DeBias named a 2023 City & State Philly Forty Under 40 honoree. In their June 26th issue, City & State honored Kristin and other prominent leaders in Philadelphia under the age of 40.
Etek President, Kristin DeBias shared with The Philadelphia Inquirer helpful energy tips to combat rising commodity prices. See the full article, “As Utility Costs Rise, Small Business Owners Must Get Creative to Save Money” on their website.
Energetek donated to Black Girls Code, an organization that empowers “girls of color ages 7-17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.”
Energetek participated in the “Be Better Challenge” started by our friends in business, Better Power. With the negative impacts of COVID, we choose 5 of our small business clients and bought gift cards.