Range places a high value on the different talents and experiences our diverse workforce brings to the workplace, not only inclusive of culture, nationality and heritage, but also in terms of diversity of thoughts, ideas and viewpoints. Range supports the cultivation of a diverse workforce by:
Range’s commitment to diversity also extends to our Board of Directors. We consider candidates for the Board regardless of gender, ethnicity and national origin. Any search firm retained to assist the Governance and Nominating Committee is advised to seek out diverse candidates from traditional and nontraditional groups to ensure we are attracting the best talent. In fact, Range Board member Brenda Cline was named one of the “Most Influential Corporate Directors” by Women Inc. Magazine for 2018, which is a testament to the caliber of our leadership at Range.
Motivated by a desire to create mentorship opportunities for women in the community, a group of female employees at Range hosts an annual Junior Athena Workshop. In partnership with the help of POWER, a women’s professional development organization, Range invited high school juniors, seniors and educators to participate in a workshop with a diverse group of local professional women that covered topics ranging from career aspiration and lessons learned, opportunities to make connections, and barriers to success that face women of all ages.
Range’s Dori Ginn, Sr. Vice President – Controller & Principal Accounting Officer, was recognized by Hart Energy as a Top 25 Influential Women in Energy in 2018. Dori credits her hard work, personal development and being adaptable to her success in the oil and gas industry.