WEN Colorado is committed to community partnerships that will enhance our ability to reach young women across our state. We allow our participants to explore their curiosity about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while learning various applications in the exciting world of energy.
STEM is fueling economic growth and innovation across Colorado. Colorado has a higher share of STEM jobs than the national average and expects to see above-average growth in STEM occupations over the next decade. STEM education is vital to developing a diverse, creative future workforce and plays a key role in the long-term sustainability of our industry. STEM outreach is important to WEN, important to the energy industry and important to Colorado.
Through partnerships with Girl Scouts and others, our members volunteer their time to share their passion and introduce young ladies to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math so we can develop their interests in subjects that will lead them to succeed.
WHAT IS WEN Colorado UP TO?
WEN Colorado recently sponsored the EUCI Leadership Conference in Denver, Colorado. WEN joined the nation’s most successful women leaders in energy sharing their industry knowledge, strategies and experiences on how to accelerate positive organizational change and personal growth.
WEN Colorado Member Billi McCullough, Holland and Hart, was featured at this event and shared her inspiring personal story of how she beat the odds to reach the highest levels of her organization in her Presentation: Advance Your Energy Career.
WEN Marketing Committee Member, Gabriella Stockmayer shares her experience of the event:
“The Leadership Conference for Women in Energy was a truly inspiring event. We heard candid stories of hardships and success from some of the brightest and most powerful women in the utility industry, including those based right here in Colorado such as vice presidents of Xcel Energy and Colorado Public Utilities Commissioner Wendy Moser. We connected across generations, with a focused panel on “Millennials: the New Leaders.” And we shared our own stories and career path goals with women in the field in networking breaks. I walked out of the conference with both big-picture aspirations and a to do list of specific tasks focused on career development. Very rewarding.”
~ Gabriella Stockmayer Attorney, Dietze and Davis, PC
If your organization is interested in a partnership, please contact: Destenie McMillen, Community Initiatives Director, via email: email@example.com.