MiT Online Talk: Value of Leadership in Your Geoscience Career
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The Value of Leadership in Your Geoscience Career
Speaker: Denise M. Cox, President, Storm Energy; Past-President AAPG 2018-2019
Global energy and the role of geoscience in academia, industry, and government is continually evolving. This talk will cover current trends in geoscience and how leadership skills in addition to technical and business experience are critical to help navigate the energy transition. Cox will outline 10 leadership traits with examples from her career in government, in industry, as a small independent, and recently as a technology advisor and how professional societies have been instrumental through each transition.
About the Speaker
Denise Cox is President of Storm Energy, Ltd. where she is responsible for evaluating projects, technology, and partnerships for the company’s energy portfolio. During her 30-year career she specialized in carbonate reservoir characterization and the application of technology to maximize recovery of reserves. She is currently focused on technology for sustainable energy development including critical minerals from subsurface brines and carbon capture, use and storage.
Denise Cox received her B.S. with Honors from Binghamton University and M.S. from the University of Colorado. She is an AAPG Certified Petroleum Geologist and licensed geologist in the state of Wyoming. Ms. Cox is Past-President of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Past-President of the Association for Women Geoscientists. She has held leadership positions in numerous geological and civic organizations where she has is best known as a “connector,” for students, young professionals, and women.
This talk is presented by the Rocky Mountain Members in Transition (MiT), a joint effort of members of AAPG, SPE, WOGA, COGA, DWLS and RMAG.
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