Women in the Environment was featured in Natural Awakenings magazine this month, and shared about some of our upcoming events and plans.

Natural Awakenings is a healthy living magazine centered around the Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex. Their mission is to “provide insights and information to improve the quality of life physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually”.

From their article:

“Nonprofit Women in the Environment (WE) is a group of passionate professionals developing solutions to environmental challenges across Dallas-Fort Worth industries by breaking down barriers and reinventing themselves. They each bring unique skills, perspectives and experiences while serving in an organization that strengthens networking and leadership skills.

The diversity of their membership spans the fields of education, engineering, entrepreneurship, environmental law, food systems, geology, landscaping and irrigation, LEED real estate, materials management, public agencies, recycling, renewable energy, resource conservation, sustainability, water management and more.

President Linda Pavlik says, “We are extremely proud of our collaborative relationships with the University of North Texas, University of Texas at Arlington and Dallas College’s multiple campuses. Not too long ago, Oncor hosted an informal outreach lunch for students seeking environmental careers across the board.”

Pavlik shares, “Never stop learning. Experience the good and the bad, and always seek to learn more about innovations in all areas of life and work. Seek to engage with people who share your interest in shaping a sustainable environment. Participate in environmental study projects. By building our membership and networks in business and academia, we strongly believe not only will we grow personally and professionally, but we will also contribute to environmental sustainability.”

…See entire article on the Natural Awakenings website.

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