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Energy Works: Stenning, Total Safety

EnergyWorks.org Stenning used to work in consulting and leveraged buyouts, but got an offer from Total Safety a few years ago. His current job in strategy and corporate development gives him to work for an organization, and an industry, he believes in. For more information, visit http

Energy Works: Brian, Total Safety

EnergyWorks.org Brian started his career in consulting, but his clients all had to deal with oil and natural gas in some fashion. When Brian got a call from Total Safety, he jumped at the chance for a job that featured great growth opportunities for his career. For more information, visit http

Energy Works: Toni, Total Safety

EnergyWorks.org Toni and her husband are both in the oil and natural gas industry. For her, it's a natural - she's worked in energy sector jobs since graduating college, and says the best part of her job is the flexibility it gives her, both financially and for her family. For more information, visit http

Energy Works: Jude, Total Safety

EnergyWorks.org Jude entered the oil and natural gas industry shortly after serving in operation Desert Storm. For years, he worked as a technician offshore, then was promoted to management, where he works today. His job has helped support his family, and he hopes to educate his children on the positive aspects of the industry. For more information, visit http

Energy Works: Jose, Total Safety

EnergyWorks.org Jose has worked in the oil and natural gas industry for a number of years, working offshore for a seismic company before moving to his current position. He's found the industry has a number of well paying jobs, and for that reason he anticipates staying for a number of years. http

Energy Works: Vanessa, Samson Resources

EnergyWorks.org Vanessa entered the industry 25 years ago, and has seen her career skyrocket, being promoted time and again. She's currently a senior surface landman, working on permitting, and says her time in the industry has not only given her more than she could have imagined, but allowed her to support her family. To learn more, visit http

Energy Works: Steve, Marathon

EnergyWorks.org Steve wanted to be an engineer, but wanted to stay in the midwest. Fortunately, his father worked in the industry - for Marathon - so Steve knew the high quality jobs the industry can provide for both him and his family. For more information, visit http

Energy Works: Richelle, Anadarko

EnergyWorks.org Richelle found her job shortly after her husband started his own businesss and she found out she was about to have her third child. But the job stabilized her life - she's going back to school, enjoys her job, and is finding the path to a great career. To learn more, visit EnergyWorks.org

Energy Works: Working Safely and Reliably at Speedway in Kettering, Ohio

www.EnergyWorks.org Katie Bereda is a district manager for Speedway, a division of Marathon. She oversees eight convenience stores in the Dayton, Ohio, area, ensuring a safe and reliable supply of gasoline for her customers. http