Date(s) - 07/20/2020
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
During these extraordinary times as many of our members are in the midst of a career transition, WTGS in collaboration with AAPG will be presenting online meetings geared towards our Members in Transition (MiT). The topics have been curated based on the MiT survey conducted in May. This month, we will have Yogashri Pradhan as our speaker.
July 20, 2020
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Online via Webinar COST: $5
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How Professional Society Involvement Results in Employment Opportunities
Based on demand from recent survey results in the Permian, this presentation will cover how involvement in professional societies assist in job transitions and what resources are out there in SPE (and other societies) for experienced and young professionals. Pradhan will cover her career path and what committees, study groups, and leadership opportunities she undertook to help her land additional networking, leadership, and job opportunities in the oil and gas industry. Through this experience sharing, Pradhan will provide advice on how others can get involved as working professionals, members-in-transition, recent graduates, and current students.
Yogashri Pradhan is a senior reservoir engineer for Endeavor Energy Resources. At Endeavor, she is involved with field development planning for unconventionals in the Midland Basin. She’s also worked as a senior production engineer for Texas Oil and Gas Institute and Devon Energy, overseeing various production optimization studies and field operations in the Permian Basin. Yogashri is an active SPE member at the local and international levels through technical conference committees, study groups, authoring/co-authoring seven technical publications, and community service initiatives. She is the recipient of Houston Engineers Week Young Engineer of the Year representing SPE-Gulf Coast Section for 2018 and the International Young Member Outstanding Service Award from SPE in 2018. Yogashri graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor’s in Petroleum Engineering in 2015 and is pursuing her Masters in Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University. She is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Texas.