Women in Energy Conference rescheduled; speaker planned

March 20, 2020 By    

Aimee LaBrake Allen will present “Leading with Emotional Intelligence in a Male-Dominated Profession” at the annual Women in Energy Conference on Aug. 2-3 at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Headshot: Aimee LaBrake Allen

LaBrake Allen

The Women in Energy Conference is part of the Eastern Energy Expo, which was rescheduled from May to Aug. 2-5 due to coronavirus concerns.

“The primary goal of Women in Energy is to create a community for female energy professionals and to provide access to education, mentorship and growth for women in the profession,” Executive Director Judy Garber says. “We look forward to the tools Aimee will bring to our members in her session.”

LaBrake Allen is a marketing and growth consultant who helps individuals, teams and organizations grow. She has more than 15 years of experience working with clients on marketing and growth strategies, facilitating leadership, communication and management training, speaking, and providing coaching. She also serves as an adjunct professor of business management, marketing and communications.

“The retail propane and heating oil industry has historically been a male-dominated profession. However, like many other industries, we are seeing an increased number of females moving into management and leadership positions,” LaBrake Allen says. “I am grateful for the opportunity to share my knowledge and experiences to help women be seen as leaders, not just ladies in the workplace.”

Women in Energy is a national association founded by established members of the oil and energy industries. It offers advancement tools for women currently working in the energy industry and promotes opportunities for future careers in the field. Membership is available for individuals (women and men) and corporations that wish to further their professional development in the oil and energy industry.

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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