Sherry PaulhamusPresidentDepartmental Assistant, Range ResourcesSherry has been WEN member for over a year with the creation of the Susquehanna Valley Chapter.
Sherry has been with Range Resources since 2011 as a Departmental Assistant. She is responsible for the daily activities in the Lock Haven field office in Central Pennsylvania. Her roles include supporting all managers and field personnel and attending networking and community events in the area.
Prior to joining WEN, Sherry co-led Women in Marcellus, who had a similar mission as WEN. She also serves as Chair for Leadership Lycoming and sits on several committees for this organization. Additionally, she serves on the YMCA Williamsport Advisory Council and advocates for the Lycoming County United Way.
Outside of work Sherry spends her time at the YMCA participating in group exercise classes like Zumba, and Spin. She loves being outdoors walking, and trying to become better at jogging and SUP (Stand up paddle boarding).
Cherie CraftTreasurerCFO, Appellation Construction Services, LLCCherie is new to WEN and excited to meet other finance professionals meeting the demands of the energy industry.
Cherie is using her 26 years of public accounting experience to lead the Appellation Construction Services LLC accounting department in a fast-paced, multi-faceted construction company servicing natural gas industry midstream infrastructure development.
Cherie received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Bloomsburg University in 1988.
Cherie is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants where she’s held various offices at state and local levels. She is also the treasurer of the Sullivan County Scholarship Association, Inc.
Outside of work, Cherie enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and three amazing adult children.
Amy GilbertPublic & Industry Relations DirectorSr. Stakeholder Relations Advisor, RepsolAmy is in her first year with WEN, helping start-up the Susquehanna Valley Chapter.
With Repsol in the Marcellus, Amy manages the risks and opportunities associated with engaging stakeholders through formal and informal communication and meaningful community investment. This includes delivering public presentations on topics related to company and industry, developing social media content and other written communication as well as media relations and crisis communications. She has worked in the natural gas industry for 12 years.
Amy holds a BA in English from Binghamton University and an MA in Communications/Public Relations from Western New England University.
Amy serves on the Marcellus Shale Coalition Public Relations and Advocacy committees. She is the Northern Tier Regional Planning and Development Workforce Development Board Co-Chair, and also sits on the Bradford County Conservation District Public Relations and Earth Day committees and various Chambers of Commerce.
Amy has independently published two suspense novels, The Crandall Haunting and For Sissy. She also enjoys hiking, golf and horseback riding.
Sandy SpencerMembership DirectorBusiness Development Specialist, Appellation Construction Services, LLCSandy is new to WEN, but was part of the original group of ladies who started “Women in Marcellus”. Several of that group of ladies are now working to become an official chapter of WEN and Sandy is happy to be a part of it.
Sandy has worked as Business Development Specialist for Appellation Construction Services, LLC, (formerly Appellation Pre Fab, LLC), since December 2013. She is responsible for tracking opportunities to work with new customers and creating lasting relationships with current customers. Her work includes representing ACS at industry meetings, conferences, networking opportunities, and trade shows.
Sandy’s industry education has been “hands on” working previously with an engineering firm and then a national pipeline contractor to learn about her work and meet contacts.
Sandy serves on the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is the Chamber’s Membership Committee Chair. She is also Co-Chair of the PIOGA Market Development Committee and Sub-Committee Leader on the monthly New Projects call, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Volunteer and State (past) and Local Board Member, and a Montoursville Rotary Club member.
Outside of work, Sandy is inspired by volunteering in her community and church. Her passions include working with and helping children (CASA), music (church choir director), and for relaxation, time at the beach or in a pool.