Keri CimarolliPresidentEnvironmental Services Division Manager, National Field ServicesKeri Cimarolli is a leader in environmental management and permitting within the midstream and upstream sectors of the oil and gas industry, with the majority of her experience within the Marcellus and Utica shale plays of the northeastern US. Ms. Cimarolli has worked as a natural resources scientist / project manager / business development professional for multidiscipline engineering firms in the Greater Pittsburgh region for the past 16+ years. She currently serves as the Environmental Division Manager for National Field Services, a subsidiary company of Dudley Land Company.
Ms. Cimarolli has actively participated in the Greater Pittsburgh/Appalachia Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network since its inception in 2011. In 2016, she was appointed by the board to the position of Advisory Council Liaison during which she played an active role in the initiation of the highly successful WEN Appalachia Leadership Series. She was elected to the board position of Program Director for 2017 / 2018 where she and her committee solidified the Leadership Series as a flagship program of the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter. Ms. Cimarolli served in the role of Vice President in 2019 and is slated to serve as President of the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter in 2020.
Ms. Cimarolli lives in Upper St. Clair, PA with her husband Rob, their son Nicklaus (5) and their goofy dog Holly. She most enjoys spending time together with her family – from visiting their fishing camp along the Allegheny, spending time by their pool, and vacationing at the beach and on Caribbean cruises.
Gillian FlickVice PresidentSteptoe & Johnson PLLCGillian joined WEN in 2015, and served as the Corporate Membership Chair in 2017 and the Membership Director for 2018 and 2019. Since 2017, she's helped plan the Boots and Ballgowns Event. In 2019, she supported Bridget Sasson with the Inaugural WEN Conference.
Gillian Flick focuses her practice in the areas of mineral title and energy law and is located in the Southpointe office of Steptoe and Johnson PLLC. She regularly assists energy companies with mineral title examinations and title opinions. Gillian also has experience in assisting oil and gas developers with their transactional matters, including due diligence for acquisitions. She also assists oil and gas clients in the preparation and review of all documents relating to mineral title ownership, including easements, deeds, leases, and other transactional documents.
Gillian is a member of the firm's Alternative and Renewable Energy Team and assists clients with their wind, hydroelectric, and solar operations.
As a member of the firm's Higher Education Team, Gillian has counseled colleges on FERPA-related issues.
Gillian attended Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania, and graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s of arts degree in Political Science. She received her JD in 2011 from Duquesne University School of Law, where she was part of the Urban Redevelopment Clinic and the Criminal Law Journal. Gillian also was the Vice President of the Women’s Law Association and active with the Animal Law Society.
In addition to WEN, Gillian is a member of the Washington County Bar Association and is a past graduate of Leadership Development Initiative XXII.
Gillian enjoys playing and coaching soccer and spending time with her husband, Greg, two girls, Aria and Hadley, and their dog, Sake.
Jayme StotkaSecretaryEH&S Specialist III, WilliamsJayme became a member of WEN Greater Pittsburgh Chapter in August of 2014. In 2015, she served as the Partnership Chair and worked with various organizations in the industry to partner with WEN on events throughout the year. In 2016, Jayme joined the Board of Directors as a Director at Large, a position she held through 2017. As a Director at Large, Jayme managed the Swag inventory for the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter. As the Public and Industry Relations Director for 2018, Jayme organized the Greater Pittsburgh chapter’s participation at various events and conferences throughout the year. Jayme has been a part of the planning committee for the inaugural Boots and Ballgowns Gala and oversaw the collection of donations for the silent auctions that raise money to benefit a local charity.
Prior to working at Williams, Jayme worked as an Environmental Specialist at GAI consultants. In November 2010, she began working in-house at Williams as a contract employee through GAI. In December 2011, Jayme became an employee with Williams as an Environmental Health & Safety Specialist, focusing on environmental permitting and compliance of pipelines and facilities in southwestern PA. In June 2013, her role changed to focus solely on compliance and overseeing projects from construction through completion in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. In January 2018, Jayme transferred from the compliance team to the environmental permitting team with her primary focus being pipeline projects and facilities in WV.
Jayme graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2009 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences.
Jayme enjoys traveling, reading, rooting for Pittsburgh sports teams, and spending time with family and friends.
Brittany FoxMarketing & Communications DirectorAttorney, Babst CallandBrittany has been an active member of WEN since joining in 2014. She previously served as the Marketing & Communications Chair and was elected to the Board of Directors in 2019.
Brittany is an Associate in the Energy and Natural Resources Group of Babst Calland. She represents clients in the energy industry on a wide range of oil, gas and mineral-related transaction matters, including title examination, title opinions, curative work and due diligence. Brittany is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, North Dakota, Texas, and New Mexico.
Brittany graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008, earning her B.A. in Political Science and a Certificate in Public and Professional Writing. She received her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law in 2011, where she was a member of the Law Review, a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing Program, and a Research Assistant to Dr. John E. Murray, Jr. Brittany has received several honors and awards for her legal research and writing skills, including the Honorable Carol Los Mansmann Excellence in Writing Award, and has been published in various industry newsletters and journals.
Brittany is also a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL), the Michael Late Benedum Chapter of the AAPL (MLBC), and the Northern Appalachian Landman’s Association (NALA).
Outside of work, Brittany enjoys exploring the city with her husband Josh and spending time with family in Elk County.
Tiffany A. CulpPrograms DirectorVP-Land & Legal, Three Rivers RoyaltyTiffany A. Culp has ten years of experience in the oil and gas industry. She currently serves as VP-Land & Legal for Three Rivers Royalty where she supports purchasing efforts in Appalachia. Prior to her current position, she served as VP- Legal for San Jacinto Minerals, LLC, and Title Specialist III at EQT Production Company. She has been active with the Women’s Energy Network since 2015, serving as Director-at-Large and co-creating the highly successful WEN Appalachia Leadership Series as Programs Director. Tiffany has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of Connecticut, a Juris Doctorate from Western New England University School of Law, and a Masters of Business Administration from Waynesburg University. She lives in Canonsburg with her husband, Joe, son, Christian, and their two French bulldogs, Frank and Whitey.
Meronaca Davis, RPLSocial Media Communications DirectorRegistered Professional Landman, Black Star Title, LLCMeronaca Davis is a Registered Professional Landman with a demonstrated history of working in the oil, gas, and energy industry, focusing her talents primarily on Abstracting, Review, and Operations Management. She has worked on projects for various clients in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Texas. Meronaca is currently an active member of the Women's Energy Network - Greater Pittsburgh Chapter (WEN) since 2017 and served as the Membership Communication Chair in 2019. She is also an active member of the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL), and the Michael Late Benedum Chapter of the AAPL (MLBC). Outside of work and volunteering for WEN, she enjoys trips to her home state of Louisiana, walks with her puggle, Rorschach, reading, and spending time with her husband, Jesse, at their home in Canonsburg, Pa. As they say in Louisiana, "Laissez les bon temps rouler (Let the good times roll)!"
Bridget JohnsonPublic & Industry Relations DirectorDirector of Business Development, Summit Petroleum, Inc.Bridget Johnson has over 10 years of experience in Business Development and Marketing within the construction and energy industry. Throughout her career, Bridget has established an extensive professional network across the tri-state region. She excels at fostering connections that lead to business generation, exceeding the goals and expectations of the company’s growth strategies within specific markets.
Additionally, she has found professional and personal satisfaction in applying her networking skills to influence more positive, productive team environment, fitting all the pieces together like a giant puzzle.
Bridget was appointed to the Women’s Energy Network Greater Pittsburgh Chapter Board to serve in the role of Public and Industry Relations Director for 2019-2021. In addition to her involvement with WEN. Bridget has served as a committee chair for the ACE Mentoring Program, designed to mentor high school students and inspire them to pursue careers in design and construction.
As a highlight to her professional success, she has a daughter Shana, a student at Sam Houston University in Houston, Texas. She has used her experience of having worked in a male-dominated industry to instill in her daughter the importance of being a strong, independent woman, serving as a role model to others, both male and female. Overall, Bridget is proud of the legacy she has built and of the positive impact her experience and extensive network of many fabulous people and will continue have on the world around her. She lives by the personal growth strategy of, “It’s not always the BIG win that matters… it’s the way you are remembered, which truly is the WIN!
Kelly NissenbaumMembership Retention & Development DirectorManager of Business Development, Mid Ohio Pipeline ServicesKelly work for Mid Ohio Pipeline, a Pipeline Construction Contractor located in Lexington, Ohio as their Business Development Manager. Her background includes over 10 years of experience in sales, client relations, and new market expansion. Her role is paramount in cultivating new business relationships for Mid Ohio Pipeline Services. She serves as the main point of contact for Mid-Ohio Pipeline Services’ new and existing clients to ensure effective communication and personalized service. As Manager of Business Development, she focuses on new business but the core of her role is to foster the ongoing relationships she has with their current client base. Kelly graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and Minor in Business Administration. Kelly has been an active member of WEN since joining in 2017. She joined the Board of Directors in September 2019 as Membership Retention & Development Director.
Bridget SassonDirector at LargeAttorney, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C.Bridget joined WEN in 2015, and currently serves as a Director at Large. Previously, she served as the Membership Communications Chair in 2016, and the Communications Director in 2017 and 2018. As a WEN Board member she serves on the gala committee and plans the chapter's educational conference. In 2019 Bridget received WEN Greater Pittsburgh’s Presidents’ Award.
Bridget is an attorney in the Real Estate and Oil, Gas and Mineral Services groups of the Pittsburgh office of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. She primarily focuses her practice on curative issues connected to the ownership, lease, purchase and development of oil, gas and other minerals throughout the region, but also handles insurance defense matters. Her experience is in both transactional and litigation matters, as well as any problem related to real estate.
Bridget graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007, with a dual degree in political science and business. She received her JD in 2013 from Duquesne University School of Law, where she was a Public Service Fellow and Research Editor of the Business Law Journal.
Bridget is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the West Virginia Bar Association, PIOGA, serving on the Legislative Committee, and the Allegheny County Bar Association.
She is an avid Pittsburgh sports fan. The Pirates are her favorite team, followed closely by Pitt basketball. Bridget enjoys traveling and spending time spoiling her nieces and nephews. On the weekends she can usually be found exploring the city through food and beverage.
Katie MobergImmediate Past PresidentProject Manager, Tetra Tech, Inc.Katie has been a member of WEN for six years and was the President of the WEN Greater Pittsburgh chapter in 2019. In 2018, she served as Vice President and was the chair of the 4th Annual Boots & Ballgowns Networking Gala. She was honored to receive the WEN Appalachia Chapter’s Woman of the Year award in 2016. Katie also served as the Director of Member Retention and Development for two years prior to becoming Vice President.
Katie is a Project Manager at Tetra Tech, Inc. and manages a variety of natural gas projects. Prior to joining Tetra Tech, Katie worked at Monaloh Basin Engineers as their Director of Business Development and at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. for ten years where she managed a variety of challenging projects including oil and gas, coal, and commercial development permitting.
Katie attended the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and graduated in 2005 with a B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Terrestrial Ecology.
She is also active in the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) Surface Use, Midstream and Pipeline, and Natural Gas Use Committees, Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA) Pipeline & Gas Market Development and Environmental Committees, and the Appalachian Basin Gas Processors Association (ABGPA).
Katie enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking, and camping with her husband, Tim, and two sons, Keegan and Levi. She also enjoys participating in her son’s PTA and is in charge of planning programs for the elementary school.