Stacy TichyPresidentTitle Supervisor, Percheron Energy LLCStacy Tichy has over 12 years industry experience. She currently works at Percheron, LLC as a Title Supervisor in the company’s Title Department.
In addition to the Women’s Energy Network, Stacy is an active member of the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) and the Michael Late Benedum Chapter of the AAPL (MLBC). She is currently serving on the executive committee as third director as well as the meeting coordinator chair for the MLBC. She has also obtained her Registered Professional Landman certification from the AAPL
Stacy is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Jurisprudence, with a concentration in Land Management from California University of Pennsylvania. She is expected to graduate in 2020.
Stacy resides in Davisville, WV with her husband Steven, and their daughter Payson.
Jennifer HughesPresident ElectJackson KellyJennifer L. Hughes is an attorney at Jackson Kelly, PLLC in the Energy industry group, focusing primarily on environmental litigation. She practices out of the firm’s office in Charleston, West Virginia.
Jennifer’s practice centers on litigation and counseling clients on environmental and energy matters. Her experience cuts across a wide variety of issues, including permitting, enforcement, and regulatory requirements related to water pollution control, water quality standards, monitoring and reporting requirements, storm water control, solid and hazardous waste management, air quality, carbon sequestration, mining law, oil and gas law, underground injection control, and spill reporting. She has represented and advised mining companies, oil and gas companies, manufacturers, construction companies, real estate developers, landowners, utilities, municipalities, and trade associations.
Jennifer’s love of environmental law began with a geology class in her days as an undergraduate at Oberlin College in Ohio. Now an accomplished attorney in environmental law, she has appeared many times before the Environmental Quality Board and Surface Mine Board in West Virginia. Jennifer has advised companies from a variety of industries on water quality monitoring and reporting requirements. Adding to Jennifer’s wide array of skills, she also has defended coal companies and landowners in Clean Water Act and Surface Mining Control & Reclamation Act citizen suits in federal court. Jennifer also has experience on the regulatory side, having begun her law career at the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. She enjoys all aspects of her legal practice, including conducting research, crafting legal arguments in briefs and motions, and engaging in oral argument.
When Jennifer’s away from the office, you can find her wrangling her mischievous border collie, practicing piano and guitar, cooking, and cheering on her beloved Pittsburgh Pirates.
Lori ScheuvrontSecretaryHR Generalist, Greylock EnergyLori Scheuvront currently works for Greylock Energy in Charleston, WV as their HR Generalist, where she partners with the HR Manager and Legal in all aspects of HR. Her career has been exclusive to the oil and gas industry, spanning 28 years for both publicly traded and privately held organizations. Throughout her career, Lori has spent time in operations, regulatory & environmental compliance, and human resources. In addition to Women’s Energy Network, Lori is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), locally and nationally, and holds the SHRM-CP certification. She is a summa cum laude graduate with a Bachelor’s in Business Management, obtained her MBA from Strayer University, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration from Liberty University. Lori resides in Foster, WV with her husband and two sons, is active in her community, and enjoys all things outdoors with her family.
Amy MullenTreasurerTitle Agent, Percheron Energy LLCAmy Mullen is currently a Title Agent for Percheron, LLC out of the Bridgeport, WV office. She has 10 years of experience working for clients in the oil and gas industry doing project management, all aspects of title, GIS mapping, due diligence, and curative. During this time, she has worked most of her work in the Appalachian Basin which includes West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Amy and her husband Ryan currently live in Washington, WV with their 4 children.
Heather Gale GrahamPrograms DirectorAttorney, Steptoe & Johnson PLLCHeather Graham concentrates her practice in the area of energy and mineral law. She assists clients with the preparation of drilling title opinions that involve complex issues related to division of interests for oil, gas, coal, leasehold, and surface estates, due diligence and preparation of instruments for mineral transactions, and advises the necessary curative requirements for mineral production and development. She also has experience with commercial and personal real estate transactions.
Lori Miller SmithMembership DirectorOffice Manager, Independent Oil and Gas Association of West VirginiaLori Miller Smith brings a wealth of experience to her work at the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia, Inc., also known as IOGAWV. She came to IOGAWV in 1995 after nearly twenty years of service to Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation. At Cabot, she was the Regional Administrator, reporting directly to the Regional Vice President, and managed all office functions. Currently, she is the Office Manager and administers the IOGAWV insurance program, which, with her guidance and leadership, has grown the program into Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of West Virginia’s largest fully funded insurance program in West Virginia. Lori plans and directs the association’s yearly meetings and is responsible for all of IOGAWV’s office and business functions. She is a graduate and member of the “Leadership West Virginia Program” for select business professionals in West Virginia. She graduated cum laude and first in her class from West Virginia State University with an undergraduate degree in marketing, which she completed while being employed full-time and raising a family.
Outside her duties at IOGAWV, she serves on the Board of Directors of the West Virginia Society of Association Executives and the Women’s Energy Network and is active in other civic organizations. She is a charter member of the West Virginia Desk and Derrick Club and was also a charter member and past president of the Mountain State Desk and Derrick Club. She is a past Board Member of the Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council. Outside of her professional interests, she loves to travel and loves camping, movies, music and reading, and enjoys living in South Charleston with her family. She is married to Rick Smith and has two sons, Jason and Steven, two stepchildren, Courtney and Brandon and three grandchildren.
Stephanie WarinoCommunity Initiatives DirectorThe Thrasher Group, Inc.Stephanie Warino, PG, LRS, PMP, brings 15 years of professional experience in the fields of environmental site assessments, remediation, permitting and project management. Stephanie was personally responsible for dozens of projects in multiple states, under multiple state and federal regulatory programs, including Minnesota, Maine, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, as well as overseas. Stephanie’s experience includes working with government, private development and oil and gas clients. As part of her role at Thrasher, she is responsible for ensuring that personnel execute projects in accordance with state and federal regulatory programs and is responsible for associated contract management, as well as personnel management for multiple disciplines, including natural resources permitting, asbestos inspection, and remediation personnel. Stephanie leads and mentors a team in developing project planning efforts, including proposals, budgeting, design and execution of field sampling events, and management of subcontractors and personnel.
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. She can most often be found in the garage with her husband, assisting in restoring vintage muscle cars. She also enjoys participating in activities for Women’s Energy Network.
Amanda WrightMarketing DirectorDirector, Business Development, Dieffenbauch & Hritz, LLCA native of West Virginia, Wright received a BA degree from Salem International University in 2004 and earned her MBA with a focus on International Business from Salem International University in 2011.
Wright has been employed by Mountain V Oil & Gas, Dominion Exploration & Production, CNX Gas Company, & Rice Energy. Throughout the last decade she has been heavily involved in regulatory activities throughout WV, PA, OH, TN and VA while working closely with numerous state and federal agencies such as the DEP, DOT, SHPO, DNR, and USACE to name a few. Throughout the years Wright has built strong lasting relationships within the local regulatory agencies, community members, as well as neighboring companies.
In an effort to be closer to home Wright joined the WV based engineering firm, Dieffenbauch & Hritz, in May of 2015 where she continues to focus on the Energy Sector. Wright is passionate about the many benefits that oil & gas development provides to the Appalachian Basin and she looks forward to continually educating others as well.
• Longtime member of The Women’s Energy Network (WEN)
• 2018 Young Gun Nominee – West Virginia Executive (WVE)
• 2016, 2017, & 2018 Vice Chair of the Membership Committee; Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC)
• 2017 - 2019 Chair of the Membership Committee: West Virginia Natural Gas Association (WVONGA)
• 2016 Membership Committee: West Virginia Natural Gas Association (WVONGA)
• Mid 2015-current PR Subcommittee Member: Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA)
• 2013 Vice Chair of Well and Surface Use Permitting Subcommittee; Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC)
Stephanie June IaquintaSponsorship DirectorAntero Resources - West VirginiaA lifelong Harrison County, WV resident, Stephanie J. Iaquinta is currently the Executive Assistant for the Government Relations department at Antero Resources Corporation. She joined the Antero team in 2014 as front desk receptionist in the Bridgeport field office. In less than two years she was promoted to Community Relations Representative where she continued to expand her knowledge of the oil and gas industry. While working at Antero, Ms. Iaquinta has both managed and assisted in the coordination of community fundraisers, company parties, community appreciation events, site tours and marketing opportunities. A chair and founder of the annual Kentucky Derby Gala, Stephanie has been influential in raising over $75k for the Children’s Home Society of WV. She has built strong professional relationships with industry groups, community members and service providers.
In addition to WEN, Stephanie is a member of the Bridgeport Junior Woman’s Club, currently serving as Publicity Chair. Through her employment at Antero, Ms. Iaquinta has found a passion for nonprofit work with the United Way of Harrison County. She was a member of the Community Investment Committee in early 2018 and now serves on the steering committee for the Harrison County United Way Emerging Leaders. Stephanie served on the planning committee in 2018 for the inaugural Bands, Bites and Brews fundraiser for the newly formed Bridgeport Heritage & Arts Foundation. She is strongly connected to the American Heart Association, serving as team captain of the North Central WV Heart Walk for consecutive terms.
Stephanie received a Regents Bachelor of Arts degree from Fairmont State University in 2014. She calls Bridgeport, WV home.
Maribeth AndersonDirector at LargeDirector - Government Relations, Antero Resources - West VirginiaMaribeth Anderson is the Director of Government Relations for Antero Resources. She came to Antero at the end of 2017, after serving in similar industry roles since 2007. Prior to entering the energy sector, Maribeth was the News Director for WSAZ Television.
She has served as the Board President of the WV Oil and Natural Gas Association and as Board Chair for the Huntington Chamber of Commerce. She serves on the board of directors for the WV Manufacturers Association, and on the executive committee of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of WV.
Maribeth graduated from Marshall University with degrees in Economics and Journalism.
She lives in Huntington with her husband and daughter, while keeping a watchful eye on their son in college. Maribeth teaches Yoga in Huntington.
Tiffany BaileyDirector at LargeWest Virginia Office of EnergyTiffany Bailey has been an Energy Development Specialist with the West Virginia Office of Energy since 2015. She specializes in fossil energy and transportation, also serving at the co-coordinator the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Clean Cities alternative fuels program for West Virginia.
Prior to her current position, Ms. Bailey worked for American Electric Power. She is a second generation energy industry employee.
Tiffany graduated from Marshall University in 2008 with a B.B.A. in Management Information Systems. Ms. Bailey runs a social media marketing business in her spare time. She actively volunteers with her community through Generation Putnam and other various organizations.
She resides in Teays Valley with her husband and son.