Author, consultant and speaker Tisha Schuller will discuss the generational shift taking place in the energy industry on the July 29 episode of the University of Oklahoma Energy Institute’s webcast.
Launched in June, “The Future of Energy” webcast series features guest speakers and covers topics in the energy sector such as hydrocarbon, renewables and energy in transition. The complimentary episodes are available online at price.ou.edu/energywebcast.
In the newest episode, Schuller, who is principal and founder of Denver-based Adamantine Energy, will speak with moderators Mike Ming and Robert Hefner.
Schuller will offer insights about the pivotal role the generational change has played in all aspects of the energy industry, and what current leaders must do to position themselves and their companies for long-term success.
Schuller, the former president and CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, helps energy companies navigate community and stakeholder engagement.
Ming, an Energy Institute board member, is founder and president of Ming Energy Partners LLC; a retired vice president from Baker Hughes, a GE company; and former Oklahoma secretary of energy.
Hefner, a graduate of the Michael F. Price College of Business, is president and CEO of Hefner Energy and co-founder and president of ADAM-OKC Energy Network.
As part of the Price College of Business, the Energy Institute is home to the Executive MBA in Energy program. The institute provides a community of practitioners and academics to advance innovative and sustainable solutions to the critical energy challenges facing the nation and, more broadly, the global community through education, research and outreach.
About the Michael F. Price College of Business
The Michael F. Price College of Business has experienced significant growth over the past five years in the number of faculty, staff and students and has become OU’s second-largest college, with more than 4,900 students. The college offers undergraduate, master’s, executive and doctoral programs across six academic divisions in Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Finance, Management and International Business, Management Information Systems, and Marketing and Supply Chain Management. The college’s Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business is a 27,000-square-foot facility located in the heart of Oklahoma City’s Innovation District and is home to the college’s full-time and professional MBA programs, as well as the Executive MBA in Aerospace and Defense and the Graduate Certificate in Aerospace and Defense.