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Mary Johnson
Melody Meyer spent 37 years with Chevron.   She went through five major price cycles. She worked in Angola, Kazakhstan and Singapore, and on projects in Papua New Guinea, China and elsewhere. She had key leadership roles in three new-country startups, went through three major mergers, led through the major hurricanes of 2005, and then took… (Show more)
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Mary Johnson
One of our favorite things to do at Pink Petro is to talk to our members. You all have incredible stories to tell, and we love helping you share them with the rest of this community.   Throughout this year, we have shared lots of those stories. Here’s a look back at some of our most popular.   Want to be featured on Pink Petro? Email… (Show more)
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katie.mehnert
Pink Petro is on a mission to find the difference makers...women and men who are creating the new future for energy.   A GRIT award is for the unsung leader that is down in the trenches getting the job done regardless of what recognition may or may not come their way.    The furthest thing from a ceremonial award, the GRIT awards recognize… (Show more)
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Mary Johnson
By Kat Boogaard   With over 10 years of work experience in the solar and energy storage industries, an MBA from The Wharton School, and a brand new role as the senior director of grid modernization for 3M, it’s safe to say that Kate Sherwood knows a thing or two about building a successful career.   In just a brief conversation with Sherwood,… (Show more)
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Kat Boogaard
Growing up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti—where her parents were missionaries—you could say that Stephanie Sirt’s life and career story are anything but typical.   Now working as a Senior Director of Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Business for Emerson Automation Solutions in Houston, Texas, we chatted with Sirt to get the lowdown on… (Show more)
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susan.hodge
“I’ve got to learn to say “no” more!”  I hear this frequently from women.  The topic came up again recently at my mentoring circle.  The desire to please, a nurturing instinct, a feeling of guilt – all drive us to say “yes” more often than we would like.   In 2018 I propose we turn this conundrum upside down.  Instead of learning to say “no”,… (Show more)
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David Feldman
After a stressful day as an Engineer, Robin pulled into her driveway. The children’s toys were scattered on the walkway to the house.   She immediately began noticing slight tension in her muscles and apprehension in her stomach. Entering her house, her husband ignored her while he talked with his buddy on the telephone. Her heart started beating… (Show more)
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Amber Bantz
KPMG Global Energy Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the twenty-fourth edition of Reaction Magazine, KPMG’s signature publication for the chemicals and performance technologies industry, which you can download here. This edition explores geopolitical trends and their impact on global chemical companies, synergies within the industrial… (Show more)
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katie.mehnert
Santa Claus came early this year to bring change...and a little more equality.   In February and again in early December.   The Women's Energy Network is changing its membership policies.   The organization put out a policy statement earlier this month that allows a new kind of member: males.   I'm thrilled and applaud national president, and… (Show more)
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