- Mar 7, 2022 2:07 pm GMT
March 8 is recognized as International Women's Day, in addition to the entire month of March being Women's History Month. As a small way to recognize this important day and the context of the greater month, Energy Central only thought it appropriate to shine a spotlight on some of the key women experts and leaders in the Energy Central Community and the great content and insights we've been fortunate enough to have them share. We celebrate the continued contributions women make in the utility sector, as CEOs, as scientists, as field workers, and every other critical role that helps the power industry continue to buzz.
We also invite you to recognize some of the great women leaders in your organizations and in your networks in the comments below. Let us know the utility industry women leaders who inspire you!
It's Time to Rebuild by Rebecca Foster, CEO of VEIC
Optimism in the Face of the UN's New Climate Report by Marisa Uchin, Chief Commercial Officer at Franklin Energy
Enabling Global Collaboration Through OpenDDS by Lindsey Rogers, Principal Project Manager at EPRI
The 21st Century Utility Business Model: Technology Investments to Enable Grid Edge Advancement by Dominique De Wit, PH.D., Director of Business Development at GridX
Podcasts and Interviews
Episode #58: 'Setting an Example for Utilities Everywhere via SEPA’s Utility Transformation Challenge' with Sharon Allan of SEPA, Debra Smith of Seattle City Light, Part 1 [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
Episode #69: 'Innovation and Leadership From California's First Community Choice Aggregator' With Dawn Weisz, CEO of MCE [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
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