A vast array of future energy workforce opportunities are opening up for Native American women who seek to launch or improve their careers.

Industry analysts have conducted quantitative and qualitative survey research to assess women’s perspectives on the energy industry, and outreach efforts have been undertaken in other sectors – all to expand opportunities for women and the demographic makeup of the workforce.

Learn from these thought leaders who are leading the way in various sectors to empower women to enhance their potential through education, job training, career and leadership development and to secure interesting and well-paying jobs in the years ahead. Scroll down to see a clip of the presentation. For access to the entire presentation, Premium Native Edge subscribers can log into the Native Edge Edge, click on Videos and select Women in Business.

Panelists include:
– Rebecca Winkel – Economic Analyst, American Petroleum Institute
– Sandra Begay Campbell – Principal Member of the Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, U.S. Department of Energy
– Michelle Brown Yazzie – Chief Magistrate Judge and Judge Pro Tempore for Pueblos of Tesuque and Laguna

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Native Edge clip: Future Workforce Opportunities for Native American Women from National Center on Vimeo.

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