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SIPES Luncheon: April 15, 2021 @ 11:30 AM
April 15 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm CDTFree – $60
The Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists (SIPES), Houston
ESG Strategies That Work: Perspectives From Two Industry Experts
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Season Pass Holders: $0
Cost For Early Birds (register before 12 noon on Tuesday, April 13, 2021) :
Cost For Late Registration and Walk Ups :
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The pressure of ESG is being felt throughout the oil and gas value chain with the upstream sector facing the most scrutiny.
We will explore ESG strategies that work with two industry experts.
Kaitlyn Allen is sustainability-focused entrepreneur, business owner, and CEO. Kaitlyn founded Global Affairs Associates, a boutique corporate sustainability consultancy, in 2013. She and her team believe that business-centered approaches are crucial for creating long-lasting value. As CEO, Kaitlyn has grown Global Affairs Associates from an individual consulting practice to a well-respected boutique firm in Houston, serving clients across the U.S. As principal consultant, Kaitlyn has consulted on sustainability and ESG issues, including strategy, risk, communications, and transparency, for a variety of industries, including oil and gas upstream, drilling, construction, midstream, and manufacturing. Kaitlyn speaks frequently on the drivers behind the ESG investing trend, the differences in approaches to “responsible investment,” and how companies can improve and articulate their ESG/sustainability value propositions. In early 2021, Global Affairs Associates launched the ESG Decoded podcast to provide thoughtful, nuanced content that goes beyond the headlines into practice. Kaitlyn is also the founder of a tech startup, Mend It, Inc., which will be doing a capital raise in 2021. A proud alumna of Georgetown University and Trinity University, Kaitlyn is a native Houstonian and currently resides in Houston.
Kareemah Fiona Mohamed:
Kareemah is leading Americas market development for KBR’s net-zero initiatives – at the nexus of public policy, blue/ green hydrogen advisory and financing avenues. She is an advocate for energy equity and economic growth through energy source diversification.
Ms. Mohamed is also the founder of a growth accelerator, LARK Strategy Partners focused on the “how-do” for adapting business models in the digital age, with an emphasis on the circular economy.
A Geoscientist by background, she has worked in both R&D and business development capacities at Marathon Oil and ConocoPhillips in domestic and international roles throughout her career. She was also previously Managing Director of a consulting firm specializing in oil and gas acquisition and divestiture strategy globally.
Kareemah has previously led consulting teams at IHS Markit focused on business transformation in energy markets including sustainable exploration and digitalization impact on emissions management.
She is active in the start-up communities in Houston, Calgary and Oslo and is pursuing a Master of Sommelier certification as a hobby.