Women in Energy Announces New Board and More

October 31, 2023

  Connecting and Empowering Women in the Energy Industry Women in Energy hosted its Annual Conference in Hershey, PA, September 20-22, 2023. The event featured an empowering program filled with education, networking, and tabletop displays. We want to thank our major sponsors – Utilities Employees Credit Union, ADD Systems, Beckett, FW Webb, National Grid, Saul-Ewing, […]

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Our Proposed 2023-2025 Board

July 21, 2023

According to our By-Laws, this posting serves as notice of our Proposed Board.  These women will be elected and sworn in at our Annual Meeting to be held at Hershey Lodge, Hershey, PA, Wednesday, September 20, 2023   Slate of Officers for 2023-2025 President:  Beth Tocco, Tevis Energy Senior Vice President:  Liz Hill, Primedia Vice […]

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Job Description

July 20, 2023

  Job Description for the Part-time Executive Director The Executive Director for Women in Energy reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission of connecting and empowering women working in the energy industry. General Responsibilities: Help plan a long-range strategy which achieves the mission of the […]

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Thank you U. S. Boiler for Promoting E-Learning

July 8, 2023

Women in Energy Grows, Expands Learning Opportunities June 22, 2023 In the six years since its inception, Women in Energy (WE) has grown rapidly, providing women a variety of opportunities to strengthen their skillset and knowledge base as it relates to their careers in the energy, heating and cooling industries.  The organization now has 500 […]

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Women in Energy Announces First Major Sponsor for Our Sept 20-22nd Annual Conference

June 28, 2023

Utilities Employees Credit Union will sponsor the Keynote Speaker, Corinne  Hancock, at Women in Energy’s Conference from September 20-22, 2023. Hancock’s timely topic, Thriving in Chaos, focuses on leading and succeeding during times of change. Women in Energy President Erin Holohan Haskell states, “UECU has been a strong supporter of Women in Energy for many years, both as […]

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Celebrating our First Five (5) Years!

May 10, 2023

What better way is there to celebrate our first 5 years than a good old fashioned newsletter? We wanted to put together everything into a format that gave our readers an opportunity to learn more about Women in Energy and to celebrate some of our wonderful and talented members.  It is also a way to […]

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April 20th – Women in Energy Hosted a 1-day Leadership Workshop

April 25, 2023

The event was held at the historic Norwich Spa in CT.  The variety of topics offered something for everyone.  This event was a first for 6 of our new members.  All attendees were engaged and comfortable participating with questions, suggestions, and ideas. Thanks to a reception sponsorship by Connecticut Energy Marketers Association, those that arrived […]

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April is Financial Literacy Month!

April 11, 2023

One of our Silver Corporate Members, UECU has some special tips for your employees to make sure all of their financial eggs are golden! The Withholding Conundrum: Did your taxes show you are withholding too much or even worse, not enough? Take a look at the IRS withholding calculator here to help make 2023 taxes […]

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Keynote Speaker Announced for the Annual Conference

March 11, 2023

Women in Energy will be hosting our Annual Conference at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, September 20-22.  Our Programming Committee is excited to announce our keynote speaker, Corinne Hancock.  Corinne is well known for her topic, “Thriving in Chaos:  Use The Chaos Advantage to lead and succeed when everything changes outside of your control.”  Corinne […]

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Happy February! Here are some tips to pass on to your co-workers and members for Valentine’s Day.

February 4, 2023

  A message from another one of our Silver Corporate Member and partner. It’s reported that on Valentine’s Day 2023, Americans will spend roughly $26 billion or roughly 6 dozen eggs if you’ve been calculating the costs like I have recently! Even if you aren’t in a relationship, it’s hard not to get caught up […]

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