Women Who Mean Business in ENERGY - Meet HBJ's 2022 Honorees

Today, GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION (GET) is expressing A SINCERE THANKS to the Houston Business Journal for their kind recognition of GET and Sonia Clayton, Chairman of The Board, on the publication titled: Women Who Mean Business in ENERGY - Meet HBJ's 2022 Honorees – By the Houston Business Journal (, in Houston, Texas. GET is the first true Energy Transition Organization of its nature in the world with an established board of over 50 senior executives and professionals helping Oil & Gas organizations and individuals. GET's innovators facilitate people and technology transitions, CO2 capturing and processing, symbiotic soil reintegration and bio-chemical soil regeneration, bio-thermal energy, processing underground pore space access for storage, CO2-specific utilization, subsurface energy storage and renewable energy generation (hydrogen and geo-thermal), local content regulatory frameworks, change transformation, workforce impact data and upskilling, and reskilling of the displaced workforce.

"I am humbled and honored to be named in this publication. However, this honor is not mine, but it belongs to all 45 GET BOARD MEMBERS (directors, advisors, entrepreneurs, innovators, and volunteers), who very diligently and generously labor together on behalf of hundreds of Oil & Gas professionals in transition. Blessings to each of them!" – Sonia Clayton, Chairman of the Board – GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION (GET).


GET Is a network of volunteer executives passionate about helping people and making change happen. Our vision: Advancing displaced energy workers, professionals, and entrepreneurs, toward new or existing businesses or employment opportunities to include the new low carbon emissions economy. Our Approach: We focus on domestic and international employers and employees in energy and other transitioning sectors. We create opportunities and partnerships for individuals and businesses through education (upskilling and reskilling), consulting, networking, coaching, and business development. We advance the energy transition into existing or emerging verticals and support opportunities in the carbon neutral world. GET works with domestic and international oil & gas operators, energy and utility corporations, technology partners, industry leaders, governments, higher education institutions, nonprofits, and other organizations to address the complex energy transition on a global scale.


The Houston Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Awards program highlights decision-makers across the greater Houston area that have stablished outstanding careers while shaping the community. This prestigious award is given to the unstoppable women who go above and beyond in the business community sectors.

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An Equal Employment Opportunity Company
A Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
An e-Verified Company
A Supplier Diversity Corporation
A Certified Woman Owned Business
A Minority Women Owned Business
A Historically Underutilized Business
A State of Texas DIR Certified Vendor
An Equal Opportunity Employer



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