Women in Energy Resources

CREATE has complied resources to support Women in Energy. These resources are designed to bring awareness to women’s accomplishments and the issues women face working in the Energy field.

Attendees pinpointed
necessary actions to prevent redundant or fragmented green workforce efforts. The outcomes provide insights into what specific organizations must do to address gaps in the green workforce structure and programs, effectively scale them up, and ultimately drive forward an inclusive, green economy.

Award-winning children’s book authors Erin Twamley and Joshua Sneideman have teamed up with business author and CEO of ALLY Energy, Katie Mehnert, for a new book, Everyday Superheroes: Women in Energy Careers. This multicultural children’s book delves into the colorful careers, stories, and superpowers of 26+ diverse women who are powering our planet.

Clean energy has a diversity problem. This report breaks down the diversity issues and makes policy recommendations to support women and other diverse populations in the energy workforce.

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