The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and The INGAA Foundation Inc. announced Jan. 10 the appointment of Cathy Landry as the interstate natural gas pipeline trade association’s new director of communications, effective immediately.
“With her in-depth knowledge of the energy industry as well as her knowledge of the news media, Cathy is a perfect fit for INGAA at this time,” said INGAA President and CEO Don Santa.
Landry joins INGAA after several years in the media department of the American Petroleum Institute. She previously was a veteran energy reporter, covering natural gas and oil for Platts News Service in both Washington and London, England, for over 15 years.
“I am excited about joining INGAA and helping to educate the public, the media and lawmakers about the importance of a safe, reliable pipeline network to deliver clean-burning natural gas to consumers and businesses nationwide,” Landry said.
Landry received a master’s degree in government from the Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Syracuse University.