Getting A Leg Up on Safety

Getting A Leg Up on Safety

Melissa Gaglione, president of Safety4Her, Inc.: My fiancé has owned several towing companies for over 22 years and, although I was working in real estate, I got involved in the towing industry because I started helping him with the sales end of it, getting clients and accounts. At that point,…

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Rebecca Ponton has been a journalist for 25+ years and is also a petroleum landman. Her book, Breaking the GAS Ceiling: Women in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry (Modern History Press), was released in May 2019. For more info, go to www.breakingthegasceiling.com.

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