Join STEMconnector at the 2016 Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy!

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Lorena Fimbres
VP & Chief Business
Development Officer

STEMconnector® /
Million Women Mentors

I will be representing Million Women Mentors and STEMconnector® next week at the 13th annual Women’s Global Leadership Conference (WGLC). I hope you’ll be able to join me at this premier event for women in the industry.

One of the largest events for women in the industry, WGLC brings hundreds of women together to: network and exchange valuable ideas and experiences; foster inclusive and diverse company cultures; encourage women and minorities to pursue leadership roles; and more.

Register Today to secure your seat and hear from myself and other energy leaders across the upstream, downstream and midstream. On behalf of STEMconnector®, Save $100 on your registration with code: SC100.

I’ll be participating on the Panel Discussion: Acceleration of the big crew change: Building a brighter, diversified tomorrow for STEM Professionals. Moderated by Schlumberger, other panelists include professionals from BP America, Weatherford, the Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, and the Geophysical Society of Houston.

We’ll focus on STEM outside of the classroom.
Here are a few questions we’ll answer:

  • As you navigate through professional triumphs and challenges, what is the next step?
  • What are the challenges and opportunities faced by women in STEM?
  • As the industry finds itself in a state of transition and companies are rebuilding, how do you leverage new opportunities?
  • As a STEM professional are you tuning into the right opportunities?

Additional WGLC presentations feature leaders from:

Schlumberger • BHP Billiton • ExxonMobil • BP • Statoil • PierPont • Weatherford • Chevron • ConcoPhillips • Deloitte • Shell • Williams • Huntsman • Halliburton • Enterprise Products Partners LP • Petronas • Sprint Industsrial … and more.

This post is written by Lorena Fimbres, Lorena Fimbres (Vice President & Chief Business Development Officer, STEMconnector® / Million Women Mentors)


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