WOMEN IN OIL AND GAS
Making Gender Diversity a Reality in the Oil and Gas Industry
The SPE Women in Energy committee works to create opportunities for women to enable them to step into leadership roles and pursue their career goals.
Oxy CEO Vicki Hollub on Her Career and Company, and Advice to Young Professionals
In an interview with TWA, Hollub shares her leadership experience and company strategy.
An Interview With Entrepreneur Jamie Glas: A Young Petroleum Engineer Who Designs Women's Safetywear
Twenty-something Jaime Glas is not your typical young professional. An accomplished petroleum engineer in her own right, she has boldly ventured into the market of women’s fire-retardant clothing, launching her first line of coveralls earlier this year.
Diversity and Inclusion: The Gender Balance in a Performing Organization
The TWA HR Discussion team interviews Theresa Barnett, North America regional manager, Halliburton Consulting, who provides insight into understanding diversity and inclusion, particularly as it pertains to women, and ways organizations can make their workforce truly diverse.
SPE President Encourages More Women To Enter Engineering
Janeen Judah is working to increase the visibility of women across SPE.
Former SPE President Eve Sprunt Publishes Book on Dual-Career Couples
Former SPE President Eve Sprunt talks about her recent book on dual-career couples and shares her advice to millennials on achieving a good work/life balance.
The Road to Leadership: Advice From Industry Leaders Janeen Judah and Kendra Lema
Industry leaders Janeen Judah of Chevron and Kendra Lema of ConocoPhillips talk about what makes a person good leadership material and the opportunities available in the industry.
Melody Meyer, President, Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production
A conversation with Melody Meyer, president of Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production about her career.
Women With Advanced Degrees Build New Pathways for Emerging Countries
Three women in advanced graduate studies talk about their work and how to attract more young women into science.
Women in R&D
Three women working in R&D offer perspectives on their work, why they joined that branch of the industry, what projects they work on, and what keeps them challenged.
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