Women in Geoscience and Engineering
The Women in Geoscience and Engineering Special Interest Community (WGE SIC) was established by EAGE to facilitate communication between women and to promote their active participation of this community in related activities.
“Being part of the EAGE Group helped me increase my network in a brand new and interesting direction. Sharing post, ideas, experience, solutions with the committee and others members of the group certainly had a huge impact on the way I am now envisioning my career and family life and making it all work in a great synergy!”
Caroline Le Turdu, WGE SIC Committee Chair
WGE SIC members cooperate to produce answers to questions or problems, to improve the understanding of particular topics and to help us communicate these items via social media channels, meetings or other type of events.
The mission of this group is to enable the exchange of knowledge and experience, and mutual support among members, related to:
- better understanding of WGE community expectations
- enabling advice between community members
- sharing career opportunities
- guidance on career development
- retention of women in the industry
Committee 2015 - 2017
Six EAGE WGE members volunteer to take responsibility for main roles within the WGE SIC network for a period of 2 years.
|Name||Position WGE SIC||Country||Company||Job title|
|Caroline le Turdu||Chair||France||Schlumberger||Principal Geoscientist|
|Graziella Kirtland Grech||Co-Chair||Canada||Arcis Seismic Solutions (A TGS Company)||Director Processing and Reservoir Services|
|Amandine Caillot||Discussion Moderator Chair||Spain||CEPSA||Senior Geophysicist|
|Milena Marjanovic||Discussion Moderator Co-Chair||France||Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris||Post-doctorate|
|Mariella Amza-Prein||Social Media Chair||Germany||Here Germany GmbH||Customer Market Development Manager|
|Caroline White||Social Media Co-Chair||UK||IHS||Sr. Geoscience Technical Analys|
- To continue assisting and engaging the Geosciences community, the EAGE WGE SIC is looking for new Committee members for 2017-2019!
Are you a motivated professional, interested in making an impact in the field of gender equality? Do you have a background in geoscience or engineering? Do you have ideas on how to improve the way the Women in Geosciences and Engineering group communicates? Do you want to help us make our LinkedIn group more visible? If so, a position as one of the WGE Committee member 2017-2019 would be a perfect fit for you!
To apply, please write a text of about 150 words describing your motivation and the values you want to bring and promote within the group and send it to email@example.com.
Applications from non-European countries and male candidates are strongly encouraged!
The current Committee and EAGE will select four new members and the new committee will be announced on the EAGE website in September.
Looking forward to reading your applications !
Deadline: 31 July 2017
Join the Community
If you wish participate in the Women in Geoscience and Engineering Membership SIC, join our LinkedIn group! The group shares news and covers a wide range of topics for discussion, mentoring and motivation. New vacancies are regularly posted in the Job Corner. Initiatives such as Motivation Monday and Advice of the Month can inspire you to boost your career, help you maintain balance between your personal and professional life, or simply offer encouragement when facing challenges.
For questions and inquiries, you can write to the Group Admins or contact EAGE Membership Department.
Women in Geoscience and Engineering Session at the EAGE Annual in Paris
On Tuesday 13 June 2017 from 16:00 - 18:00 hrs, a Special Session for Women in Geoscience and Engineering will take place at the EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition in Paris. Amazing speakers will be invited to share their experiences and their advice for success in the energy industry.
Join the LinkedIn group to get the latest news!
Want to get an impression of last years session? Watch it here on EAGE YouTube channel.
In 2016 the WGE SIC launched an e-mentoring programme for supporting their members' career development and understanding of the geoscience world. Learn more about the programme.