Since then, a small army of volunteers have been putting together something very special. It’s a group comprised of engineers, senior VPs, geologists, women and men from all different backgrounds with a passion for mentorship and a desire to be a part of something bigger.
Crystal Washington knew the value of social media for corporate America early on.
When Hurricane Harvey hit the city of Houston one year ago, Pink Petro HQ was in its path. Our space wasn’t flooded, but the building that housed that space was so badly damaged, we couldn’t go back.
At a women in energy conference three years ago, Skyler Obregon, who was honored with a GRIT Award back in March, had an idea.
Last week, we told you about an exciting initiative we’re launching in collaboration with the Experience Energy GRIT Awards on Oct. 3 (get your tickets here!) — the Energy Diversity and Inclusion IndexTM. And you all have responded — in droves.
Each year for the past three years, the New York Times has published something called the Glass Ceiling Index. The index provides a look at the number of women and men in important leadership roles in American life.
Soledad O’Brien is a household name in TV news, even though she left her full-time role with CNN back in 2013.
Dear Dan Henderson, CEO of Henderson Rig: Yesterday I was browsing our twitter feed to get caught up on #OTC2017. Your advertisement for the big...