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Ethical Decision Making - Webinar

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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR 

Ethics are a system of moral principles that determine how one makes decisions. Some ethical decisions are easily made but others are more difficult and require careful consideration of ethical implications.

Studying ethics is critical to the success of every decision-maker.  By studying ethics, one further develops skills in determining and expressing one’s values and moral principles. 

This webinar further develops these skills using real-world scenarios including office setting, engineering design, field operations, financial, and personal life cases. Simulating scenarios allows participants to evaluate what they would do when faced with an ethical decision via group interaction and discussion.

 

 

Attendees will receive 4 Professional Development Hours

 

When & Where 

December 11, 2020 | 8:00 am - 12:00 pm central time| VIRTUAL

 

Registration fees (open to the public) :

Member: $99

Non-Member: $199

*When using a credit card, a 4% convenience fee is added.

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Experienced Speakers:  

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Michella Thomas, Operations Manager, US West, Solar Turbines

Michella Thomas started her career at Solar Turbines in 1990 upon graduating from UC San Diego with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.   Her earlier roles include Manufacturing, Design, and Production Test Engineering.  She spent the next 14 years as a Project Manager including a 2-year assignment in Belgium, working with both domestic and international customers on order execution of turbomachinery packages, and then as an Engineering Group Manager.  Michella moved into a Corporate Account Manager role, focusing on strategic agreements with key customers.  Then, as a Product Manager, she worked with a focused team of engineers to lead the development efforts for sustainable solutions, with the release of the methane emissions recompression product, designed to reduce fugitive methane at equipment and station levels and decrease GHG emissions to the atmosphere.  Michella’s current position is the Operations Manager for the US West Region, accountable for establishing and maintaining long term service agreements with customers

 

 

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Susan Slattery, PE, PMP, Vice President Engineering, TRC Companies

Susan Slattery is a Vice President Engineering for TRC Companies and has over thirty years of experience in the oil and gas industry. She has worked on projects involving both pipeline and compressor station facilities domestically and overseas with KPL Gas Service, Willbros and TRC Companies. Ms. Slattery earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Kansas and an MBA from the University of Arkansas. She is a certified project management professional, a NCEES Model Law Engineer and a registered professional engineer in multiple states.  

 

 

 

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Suzanne Ogle, APR, IRC, President & CEO, Southern Gas Association

Suzanne Ogle is President and CEO of the Southern Gas Association.  As CEO she helps SGA members overcome the challenges, they face operating in the natural gas industry and navigating public perception.  With her entrepreneurial mindset and wide range of experience across the natural gas value chain from service, to exploration and production, midstream and transmission she focuses on business process, optimization and effective communication to prepare the SGA members for resilience and innovation in an industry in transition.

Suzanne is an Accredited Public Relations and Certified Investor Relations professional.  She holds an Advanced Marketing certificate from Southern Methodist University, both a Finance Management and a Business Analytics certificate from Cornell University and an Executive Leadership for Energy Professionals certificate from the University of Houston. She received a Master of Education in educational psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in business marketing from California Lutheran University.

  

 

 

 

 

Refund policy

This event follows the SGA Cancellation Policy "C" when cancellation is needed. 

 

 

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