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Featuring women in the energy and manufacturing sectors
Deloitte is proud to introduce a new series profiling women in the energy and manufacturing industries. By highlighting their stories, we hope to help facilitate meaningful conversations, create connections, and showcase the myriad of opportunities for women to enter and thrive in these industries.
Women in energy
The energy sector is facing one of the greatest talent gaps of any sector. In an effort to bring greater attention to the abundant opportunities for women in the energy sector, including oil and gas, chemicals, power, utilities, and renewables, Deloitte has joined with the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) to profile some of the women leading the way.
View our women in energy profiles
Women in manufacturing
Though there have been improvements in recent years, women are still underrepresented in the manufacturing industry. To inspire women to consider a career in the industry and to start a conversation about what can be improved, Deloitte has joined with Women in Manufacturing (WiM) to work toward a world in which a diverse and inclusive manufacturing sector offers equitable opportunities and rewarding careers for all people.
The Women’s Energy Network (WEN) is an international organization of professionals who work across the energy value chain. WEN offers educational, networking, and leadership opportunities to more than 6,000 women in energy nationwide through networking events, conferences, community initiatives, and mentoring programs.
WEN was founded in 1994 by Karyl White with the purpose of fostering the development and advancement of women in energy by developing a strong network. After years of being the sole woman on energy transactions, White believed that many women energy professionals were in the same position, but unable to connect with each other. More than 25 years later, WEN remains committed to providing high-caliber events and networking to its diverse membership from across the energy value chain.
The Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM) is a national trade association that provides support to women who have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry. The organization started as an executive networking group for women in metalforming in 2010 before transforming into the current organization. Since its founding, WiM has quickly grown to more than 7,000 individual members representing nearly 1,500 manufacturing companies.
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