The Women in Energy (WIE) program seeks to grow the presence and leadership of women in energy and related sectors.
- Build a "Women in Energy" community to support women and student access to networking opportunities with women professionals in the field.
- Provide leadership skills training, workshops and mentoring.
- Facilitate internship opportunities, full-time employment and related practical experience in the energy space.
- Provide funding to exceptional students pursuing academic research opportunities and summer internships.
For more information about CGEP's Women in Energy program or to host a WIE event or become a partner, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WIE works closely with "Women in Energy" sub-groups across Columbia schools and departments, including:
- SIPA Energy Association (SEA) and its Women in Energy group. For more information, please contact Michelle Hua and Yemi Melka at: email@example.com
- Women & Sustainability. For more information, please contact Ana Relic or Beatrice Troiano at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Columbia Business School Energy Club and its Women in Energy group
- Columbia Energy Engineering Club
CGEP partners with organizations and companies that are dedicated to enhancing the breadth and depth of opportunities available for women in energy and energy-related fields. CGEP's corporate and organizational partners help support the Women in Energy program through both financial and in-kind support.
Women in the News
Empowering Women in West Africa to Advance Energy Access Goals - by Peyton Fleming, Lead Writer, Sustainable Energy for All. Originally published on SE4All
Venezuela’s Rebels With a Cause - by Fabiana Perera, Women in Energy Member, PhD candidate at GWU, and 2017 Foreign Policy Intetrrupted Fellow & Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of policy planning in the US State Department, President and CEO of New America, and Professor Emerita of Politics and International Affiairs at Princeton University. Originally published on Project Syndicate
Women’s Crucial Role in Combating Climate Change by Alina Tugend. Originally published on The New York Times