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Energy industry’s recruitment efforts highlight persistent challenges for women

Originally published in the Houston Chronicle By Erin Douglas, with assistance from Jordan Blum A BP executive was riding first class on a flight between London and Houston when another passenger asked what a pretty thing like her was doing in a...

Calls for equality being heard by energy industry

Chevron among those supporting programs that foster gender equality Originally published in Midland Reporter-Telegram By Mella McEwen Equality, whether it’s economic equality or relates to pay or gender, is a rising priority that is being felt among...

At Oil’s Premier Gathering, 84% Speakers Are Men

Originally published on Bloomberg By Rachel Adams-Heard, with assistance by Kelly Gilblom 16 percent of the speakers at CERAWeek in Houston are women That compares to almost 40 percent at SXSW event in Austin What...

The diversity challenge

Originally published in 1012 Industry Report By Sam Barnes In their myriad forms, diversity programs aimed at removing workplace obstacles to women, minorities and other groups are proliferating across the industrial landscape. While the benefits for these groups are obvious, some...

What was Mark Zuckerberg’s sister doing in Houston?

Originally published in the Houston Chronicle By Sergio Chapa Randi Zuckerberg, the older sister of Facebook founder of Mark Zuckerberg, isn't shy about ribbing her little brother. Delivering the keynote address at Pink Petro's Her World Conference at...

We Need More Women in the Energy Sector

Diversity leads to innovation, and that’s what it will take to fight climate change Originally published in Scientific American Climate change is one of the most monumental challenges of our time. But even as...

The financial case for hiring more MEN in energy

If you're reading this it's because you clicked on an unusual headline. When I got the invitation from Barrons to write about the financial case for more women in energy, my first response was... Yes. This is...

CNBC: Why the energy industry should hire more women

CNBC's Jane Wells meets up with Katie Mehnert at a Shell plant in Deer Park, Texas to talk about women in energy and workforce challenges.

OP-ED: Want To Save Your Company From Scandal? Give The Gift Of Culture

This opinion piece originally ran in Forbes on December 18, 2017. The holidays are upon us, and you’ve probably given a lot of thought to how you’re going to show your appreciation for your employees and all their hard work. Holiday parties are great. Bonuses are...

PRESS RELEASE: Experience Energy™ Honors Global Leaders at the 2nd GRIT Awards

Global forum shines a spotlight on talent, culture and the future of work and its role in the energy transition. HOUSTON (PRWEB) OCTOBER 03, 2018 Today, Experience Energy, the leading resource for diverse talent, careers, and culture in industry, celebrated the...