May 2022, Vol. 249, No. 5


AGA Chair Embraces Technology as Key to Natural Gas’ Role in Energy Transition

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor  In 1991, Kim Greene was a newlywed with a master’s degree in biomedical engineering and an eye toward working for an Indiana medical device company. But there was little opportunity there for her husband, a pilot, and she agreed to stay in Birmingham, Alabama, for a few months. That supposed short-term decision led to an unexpected career when she landed a job at Southern Company Services, where she was welcomed by an engineering organization that was inclusive and supportive, provided challenging assignments and committed to the communities it served. Kim Greene Over 17 years, she continually took on n

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