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Dr. Alice Prince tackles HART Energy Conference with Pathways to BioPower
Hart Energy conferences offer thought leadership, best practices and innovative solutions for the oil and gas industry. Speakers and attendees review and discuss strategies that can be applied in real-time for effective results. No other energy-focused event connects such a diverse group of key players and decision-makers. Dr. Alice Prince of Pathways United accepted an invitation to attend the Energy Transition Capital Conference in Houston, Texas. Investors, Business Owners, Brand Specialists, Inventors, and Executives looking for the latest information on Energy Transition and Capital opportunities were engaged during this summit.
The Pathways to BioPower team of four converged on the conference held at The Westin Houston-Memorial City, equipped with QR Coded business cards to make connections with industry leaders. Pathways to BioPower, a division of Pathways United, led by Dr. Alice Prince, was on a mission, in partnership with the Department of Energy, to ascertain the workforce training needs of oil and gas companies. “It is our responsibility to make sure the workforce does not suffer because of the transition from traditional energy sources to more green, clean sources,” said Dr. Alice Prince. “I brought my team to this conference so they could network with leading authorities in the market and offer them a solution to a growing industry problem. How will the oil and gas industry transition to clean energy without adversely impacting the workforce?”
Dr. Alice Prince has been a leader and expert in workforce development for over a decade. With this latest partnership with the Department of Energy, her company, Pathways United, is vying to help midstream workers maintain their jobs and cross-train the workforce in clean, green energy positions. With her company headquarters in St. Louis, MO, Dr. Alice Prince is also pursuing partnership with the National Geospatial Agency because it is one sector that is seeing unprecedented growth and significant investment from the public and private sectors in geospatial technology. St. Louis is predicted to become a leader in geospatial technology. The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency announced a new headquarters in St. Louis with construction well underway on an expansive 97-acre Next NGA West campus in the northern part of the city. Already, the rapidly growing sector is responsible for roughly 27,000 skilled jobs and nearly $5 billion of economic growth in the region. Dr. Alice Prince has long been ahead of the curve in workforce development, offering award winning innovative solutions to her hometown of St. Louis. With this pending collaboration with the geospatial sector, Pathways United plans to continue filling the gap for underserved communities and minority populations.
Pathways United is a full-service consulting agency that specializes in workforce, education, and youth programs. The team takes a human-centered approach to help organizations innovate and grow in entrepreneurship, bioenergy, and diversity and inclusion sectors. We use a holistic approach to model the commitment for continued professional growth, including leadership mindset, positive and solution-oriented strategies, data analysis, and reflective thinking.
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