Aspiring Times 2021 - 1st Quarter

Energizing Social Connections

“The Florida’s Women in Energy Leadership Forum was launched to inform, inspire, and motivate diverse talent to join the energy workforce. By intentional recognition of current female energy leaders who contribute to growing Florida’s economy and the purposeful sharing of their personal professional journeys, we are creating opportunity. Join me each week as we meet new leaders in energy and listen to their important roles in an industry that is vital to the country’s future.”

Lila Jaber, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Board Member and founder of the Florida Women in Energy Leadership Forum

Kira Lake, Director of Growth and Retention; Debbie Smith, Community Engagement Manager; and Devon Rudloff, Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, joined Board Member Lila Jaber’s weekly discussion on Facebook Live to share their expertise, and how their professional and personal experiences impacted their careers especially in the energy industry. View the Facebook Live discussion, per below:

Florida’s Women in Energy Leadership Forum: Devon Rudloff, Kira Lake, Debbie Smith (facebook.com)

 

Danielle Mulligan, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications, joined Board Member Lila Jaber in a Facebook Live discussion with other women leaders in the energy industry.  Danielle shared how the marketing and communications team, working with other Company departments, quickly and efficiently developed and implemented effective internal and external messaging at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and thereafter. Learn more by viewing the Facebook Live discussion, per below:

https://www.facebook.com/FLWomenInEnergy/videos/618848708645560/

Florida Women in Energy Leadership Forum 2020 Program

In November, employees throughout the Company attended the Florida Women in Energy Leadership Forum 2020 Program, hosted by Board Member Lila Jaber. FPU has been a long-standing sponsor of the three-day annual conference that celebrates the success of women in energy and provides opportunities for attendees to collaborate with peers, sharing diverse ideas and best practices while inspiring innovation and interests. This year, the event was a virtual presentation with many Company leaders invited to participate in panel discussions.

 

Devon Rudloff, Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, was a panelist for the panel discussion: “Energy Executives Meet the Students.”

Danielle Mulligan, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications, was a panelist for the panel discussion: “Industry First Responders, Company Safety and Communications.”

Stacie Roberts, Assistant Vice President of Corporate Governance, was a panelist for the panel discussion: “How Integrating ESG Can Drive Innovation.”

Kevin McCrackin, Vice President, Marlin Gas Services and Assistant Vice President, Business Development, was the moderator for the panel discussion: “Innovation in Natural Gas – Renewable Natural Gas.”