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Several weeks ago we were approached by the president of the women’s network, Tricia Moss. Tricia and her team had a vision to create a cross-industry engagement.
And so we did!
Last week’s Pink Petro TV broadcast was the first of many.
Our first broadcast occurred Thursday evening at Shell where we shared leadership messages across industries. That evening, a few hundred gathered to connect on a common theme — that it is time we lean in, all in and join in together as an industry and community to drive change forward and build inclusion in our workforces.
Pink Petro TV captured executives, professionals, students and community leaders from Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP, Phillips66, INTECSEA Worley Parsons, GE Oil and Gas, Emerson Automation, Weatherford, Halliburton, Forum Technologies, Marathon Oil, Southwestern Energy and several other companies coming together to talk about the workforce of the future.
While we were there, Andy Brown, RDS executive committee member and Director of Shell’s Upstream delivered a strong message. He said there was a need to continue on the journey, but also that we need to step up and do more.
HOW WILL WE MAKE THE FUTURE?
During our broadcast, we asked the question – how will we make the future?
Together, industry needs to combat two fronts: the gender gap and the reputation gap. The oil and gas community ranks last in a recent S&P Global report which looks at gender diversity on boards.
Pictured left to right:
Lorrie Thompson, Emerson Automation, Global Vice President,
Dana Ledoux-Cortez, Phillips 66, Senior Counsel
Tricia Moss, Shell, TaCIT and Innovation Manager
Katie Mehnert, Pink Petro, CEO
Linda Lorelle, Pink Petro, Co-Anchor
Angela Knight, GE Oil & Gas, Global Diversity Leaders
Josh Levs, Author, Former CNN and NPR Correspondent and Gender Advocate
Patricia Vega, GE Oil & Gas, President
On Friday Pink Petro TV covered 2 hours of the women’s conference.
Marianne Robak, Elletra Parnell and Sarita Menon, guests at the Shell women’s event enjoying the break.
President of the Women’s Network, Patricia Moss, Josh Levs (as himself), board executive and former Shell president, Lynn Elsenhans, and Co-President of the Shell Women’s Network Lori Freeman.
Stay tuned – we’ll broadcast Pink Petro TV live from the KPMG’s 15th annual Global Energy Conference |May 24-25 | Houston, TXat the women’s breakfast!