March 2018, Vol. 245, No. 3

Q&A

AGA’s Young Professionals Program: Developing a New Generation of Global Industry Leaders

Lori Traweek is in her 25th year at the American Gas Association (AGA), where she now serves as senior vice president and chief operating officer. Among her vast responsibilities in this role, she’s responsible for making sure the association is ready and able to meet the needs of its more than 200 member companies. As AGA’s liaison for the Center for Energy Workforce Development, she’s been directly involved in addressing one of the natural gas industry’s top objectives: attracting and training young talent to assume the mission-critical jobs of its retiring workforce. Traweek talked to P&GJ about AGA’s Young Professionals Program and its role

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