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WNEET joins the WISE Program powered by Pink Petro

Blog Post created by robin.dupre Champion on Dec 6, 2016

Women’s Network for Energy, Environment & Transportation (WNEET) is proud to be another founding association of the WISE (Women Investing in Self and Energy) Program powered by @PinkPetro. The PinkPetro WISE Program will bring together associations, organizations, women’s networks, and gender initiative leaders to harness the power of human capital – specifically, women in the energy industry, relevant content, and tremendous technology.

 

WNEET has a membership base of more than 300 women and men in energy in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  The Network will be the lead association hosting HERWorld 2017 in New York City on March 8, 2017, which will bring women and men together worldwide to tackle current energy topics and issues.    

 

WNEET Members will have access to the PinkPetro platform of services at a discounted rate, and gain the opportunity to engage with this outstanding network. PinkPetro was born out of becoming the most influential global community of women and men in energy, looking to do something serious about the gender gap, and attracting new talent into an unsung industry.

 

“I’m thrilled to see the industry come together through the WISE Program at a time when we need to do something different to attract, retain and develop the next generation of talent in the industry.  We’re excited to have WNEET take the lead in hosting 2017 HERWorld NYC on international women’s day, March 8, 2017,” said Katie Mehnert, CEO and Founder of PinkPetro.

 

If your company or a New York City-based academic institution is interested in sponsoring Pink Petro, WNEET, or HERWorld NYC, please contact WNEET’s HERWorld NYC Ambassador, Kanan Mehra at kanan.mehra@gmail.com

 

ABOUT WNEET:

The Women’s Network for Energy, Environment, and Transportation, Inc. (WNEET) is dedicated to fostering women’s career development by providing educational and networking forums for dialogues on substantive issues related to women, energy, the environment and transportation.   WNEET is a 501 (c) (6) membership organization formed under New York state law and is a non-partisan, policy-neutral organization.

 

ABOUT WANDA J. BELL:

Wanda Bell is presently the sole proprietor of WJB Management Consulting, an entrepreneurial endeavor utilizing her professional and academic experience in energy, management, logistics and policy.

 

Prior to graduating in May 2008 from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Ms. Bell worked for JPMorgan Chase and Co. in Capital Markets, managed a commodities operations group at Morgan Stanley and was a senior analyst on the risk side of the physical business at Hess Corporation.  It was at Hess she made the transition to the logistics side of energy as a marine coordinator, scheduling 6 Oil in New York Harbor and managing refinery supply.

 

Ms. Bell is the founder of the non-profit, Women’s Network for Energy, Environment and Transportation, Inc., which is dedicated to providing quality networking, mentoring and educational opportunities for women in the aforementioned industries.

 

Ms. Bell has also studied energy, environment, and transportation policy and management in France, Brazil and Spain. 

 

ABOUT KANAN MEHRA:

Kanan is an Oil Market Analyst at NYC-based energy data startup, ClipperData. She specializes in global refined products markets, with a focus on fundamental analysis. Kanan holds a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where she concentrated in international energy management and policy. She earned her B.A. from Bryn Mawr College, where she studied economics.

 

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