National Post recently issued an interesting article about jobless in Alberta: Tens of thousands of energy professionals are out of work and out of hope. Link of the full article.
Importantly, the article features the speaker of September ‘s Geowomen event, Marian C. Hanna, ICD.D, P. Geoph, CSEG President.
Join Geowomen Event this Sept 22 to find out more as Marian will be sharing her thoughts about the article and an update on what the joint societies (CSEG, CSPG, CWLS, CSUR & SPE) are doing to engage our governments on behalf of their professional members.
As summer nearly ends, Geowomen group in Calgary resumes free events for the members or anybody who is interested to gain some knowledge and update from oil industries or professional organizations.
This September Geowomen will have Marian C. Hanna, ICD.D, P. Geoph, CSEG President
Marian to present her experience with the Institute of Corporate Directors, Directors Education Program that she successfully completed this year.
She will also be sharing an update on what the joint societies (CSEG, CSPG, CWLS, CSUR & SPE) are doing to engage our governments on behalf of their professional members. The details of the event as follows:
September 22, 2016 The University of Alberta Calgary Centre #120, 333 – 5 Avenue SW
11:30AM Networking 12:00 Presentation by Marian Hanna
Important to note here that this is a free event, no registration required, women and men are invited to attend. Bring your lunch and your questions. GeoWomen of Calgary is a member of AWSN. If you would like updates on future events, please join our GeoWomen LinkedIn Group
Biography: Marian Hanna
Marian is a courageous leader, visionary solutionist and quantifiable achiever of desired results. Marian is passionate, enthusiastic, versatile, well-organized and a self-motivated technical and business leader with a strong history of achieving outstanding results with a variety of cross-functional professionals, departments and companies. She is a professional geoscientist with strong technical and business skills in international and North American markets. She has been fortunate to have held a variety of roles that have allowed her skills to grow in many areas. These skills include strategic planning and leadership, effective management and planning in complex and ever changing environments, successful continuous improvement, project management and relevancy through business and political acumen all accomplished through inter-departmental relationships and effective stakeholder relationships. Her background in accounting and natural resources compliments the systems and critical thinking that is needed in today’s economy. Many of her experiences have provided her with the skills to be successful in problem solving, team building, coordination, advising and collaboration with various cross discipline departments and professionals. These skills and experiences have led to many synergistic accomplishments through strong relationships both internally and externally to her previous positions. She is proud to know that she has helped to create meaningful and cooperative relationships with colleagues, clients, partners, governments, regulators, stakeholders, special interest groups and industry to work towards common goals which have often yielded innovative and creative solutions for a common goal. Her passion for contributing to the community with which she has lived is inherent in who she is and the considerable effort she puts into her work.