Webinar Wednesdays


Late 2018, Women in Energy began hosting Webinar Wednesdays.  Each webinar begins at 12:15 pm and lasts for 30-45 minutes.  So grab your lunch, join fellow members and tune into one of our webinars.  All our webinars are presented by our Corporate and Individual members and other industry experts.

Keep checking back because our schedule is routinely updated.

“5 Habits To Relieve Stress Today”
Nov 29 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Program Description: Join Jessica Harrington MPH, stress management public health educator who helps you relieve stress, by telling her story about how burnout took over her life. Jessica, will help you create an understanding of stress in your life and create habits to help relieve stress today. These habits include, communication, environment, mindfulness, acceptance and self-care.

About our Presenter:   Jessica Harrington, received her Master in Public Health at West Chester University. She is the owner of Journey to Yourself, is a speaker, and  stress management health educator. Through her career and education, she realized that we all have a common issue—everyone, at some point or another, struggles with handling stress. Through her own life journey, Jessica created Journey To Yourself.


Jessica Harrington, MPH

Owner, Stress Management Health Educator
Journey to Yourself

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e: jessica@journeytoyourself.net

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Building Your Bench and Recruiting the Right People
Dec 13 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Presenter: Kelly Flagg, Executive Director at Associated General Contractors of Maine.

Kelly was one of our speakers at our workshop held in April 2023.

Attendees can expect to walk away with an enhanced understanding of the importance of career pathing, internal training and planning for both the leadership and workforce of the future. She will also some success stories of organizations using apprenticeship as a recruitment, training and retention tool.

Speaking with one Voice
Jan 10 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Speaking with One Voice . . .  a Panel Discussion.

This idea came about after a panel discussion was hosted at our annual conference.  The dialog was dynamic and audience participation terrific.

Many energy companies are under pressure.  The good news is that each of the sources of energy have a good story to tell.  How do you get that message out to policy makers, existing customers, and the general public?  It starts from within your four walls.  All of your team members should speak with the same voice.  All of your marketing materials need to be clear and concise.

Our panelists:

Nicky Kollie, ICPA Association – Importance of belonging to an Association and attending meetings.

Jen LeClerc, Consumer Focus – Review of your marketing materials

Jamie Densmore, Densmore Oil – Sharing the Owners Perspective

Speaking to be Heard: “Effective Communications & Presentations”
Jan 17 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

A little about the webinar:

The presentation will include overcoming the fear of public speaking, effective presentations with confidence, and impromptu speaking tips and tricks.

About the Presenter:

Jackee Hawkins is a Cargas Systems Consultant, Intacct

Jackee has been a member of Conestoga Toastmasters since 2016 holding various roles including President, Vice President of Education, and currently Vice President of Membership. I am also an Area Director for four Lancaster County Toastmasters clubs helping them meet their goals and club initiatives. I have a financial background in manufacturing and real estate. I have found that gaining confidence and overcoming my fear of public speaking enabled me to transition to a software consulting role engaging in impromptu speaking and presentations regularly where before, I would have hidden under my desk.

Its All About the Supply Chain – a Panel Discussion
Feb 7 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

How often do you hear the situation blamed on Supply Chain? Imagine working in that position? Controlling the flow of products and getting finished products out the door while at the same time getting yelled at by fellow employees and customers isn’t an easy task. You either run or figure it out. You will meet a couple of women who have weathered this storm and here to share with us their stories and provide ideas you might implement within your company or department.

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How Strong Company Culture Can Breed Customer Retention
Feb 21 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

About the Presentation:

While trucks, vans, liquid fuel, equipment, etc., are vital components to run a business it is paramount that you should focus on your most important asset- your existing employees. In this workforce climate of high employee turnover, it is important now more than ever to build a strong company culture and promote communicating in one voice.

In this webinar, Kristen Williams of Consumer Focus™ Marketing will talk about how employee retention has a direct correlation to customer retention. Kristen will some empowerment tools that will not only add efficiency but will help build morale for your employees.

  • Creative incentive programs
  • Employee Focus Groups
  • Create a cookbook for success
  • Team building exercises
  • Onboarding

With her many years of industry experience, Kristen has a unique perspective on how to enhance the customer experience. Kristen will share various techniques that CSR’s, Drivers and Techs can use that will help them effectively communicate and allow the homeowner to receive consistent messaging from everyone in the company. Some of the customer service techniques include:

  • CSR 101- tone, greeting
  • De-escalation & Objection handling
  • Negotiation skills
  • Retention tactics

This seminar will provide you with the tools to help empower your employees which will in turn help them greatly enhance the customer experience.

About our Presenter:

Kristen Williams, Senior Sales Consultant, Consumer Focus Marketing

Kristen Williams is the Senior Sales Consultant at Boston Environmental, the parent company for Consumer Focus Marketing and P3 Propane Safety. Consumer Focus Marketing is a marketing firm that specializes in developing strategic communications for the home heating oil and propane industry. P3 Propane Safety offers increased efficiency and reduced error rates to marketers in the propane industry. P3 offers many risk management products and services, such as its duty-to-warn mailing service and safety and training services.

Kristen has worked in the propane industry for the past 8 years, originally starting as a Customer Service Specialist. Since then, she has held many positions ranging from Logistics Supervisor, District Manager, Sales, and Customer Service management at a regional level. She’s had the pleasure to manage and lead various teams including drivers, technicians, and customer service representatives.

Kristen was recognized by the Young Gassers Class of 2021 “30 Under 30” program and was nominated for the World LPG Association’s Young Woman of the Year award in 2020.

Now, Kristen is thrilled to be able to serve propane marketers from a consultants perspective. She uses her experience and knowledge of working “in the field” to be able to provide industry leaders with enhanced tools, practices, and procedures to ensure top notch customer service and safety/operational excellence.

Reaching Your Ideal Customer with Advanced Targeting  
Feb 28 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

About the Presentation:  This webinar will discuss the importance of targeted smart marketing in order to reach specific customers and prospects. All at lower costs than traditional marketing. Casting a wide net is fine if you do not care what you catch or what you spend, but by using the right bait, you’ll attract exactly the catch you’re looking for.

Presenter:  David Heiser, Primedia

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Learn more about our new Mentorship Program
Mar 13 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

We are thrilled to announce the creation of an inspirational new Women in Energy Mentorship Program!

The energy industry shapes the world we live in, and women play a pivotal role in creating that future. That’s why we’re bringing together a circle of empowered female mentors and mentees who will uplift one another to new heights.

Learn more about this new program by joining the zoom call on March 13 at 12:30.

The mission of the Women in Energy Mentorship Program is to embolden rising stars and encourage them to harness their innate strengths, amplify their voices with courage, and step into their calling as leaders in the energy revolution.

Pamela Morrissey, Cargas, is spearheading this new program and will lead this presentation.

“When women support each other, magic happens. We can’t wait for you to be a part of this spark and this sisterhood.”




Elevating Women Leadership: The Power of Emotional Intelligence
Mar 20 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

For leaders in the energy industry, the challenge of building robust teams and nurturing client relationships often poses a stumbling block. In today’s technical world, possession technical skills alone is no longer enough.

To truly thrive, we must also cultivate our human skills – those qualities that connect us to our humanity, define our personalities, and enable us to communicate and interact effectively with others.

By developing emotional intelligence, you will transition from being task-focused managers to empathetic and inspiring leaders. This transformation will not only improve team performance and project outcomes but also create a positive and thriving work environment, leading your organization toward greater success and growth.

About our presenter: Karine Leblanc

Karine Leblanc, engineer, bestselling author, and international speaker. She is the National Sales Manager at iAIRE, where she uses her engineering background, coaching, and relationship-building skills to motivate and develop a winning sales team.

Not your typical engineer™, Karine served on the board of directors for ASHRAE from 2014 to 2017 and holds the distinction of becoming the first female Region X director and regional chair since 1959. She is the Past-President of the National Speaker Association Los Angeles Chapter. She has received the ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award and John F James International Award.