BNW had the opportunity to interview Colette Honorable, the former commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for our client, Pink Petro. Colette is set to speak at one of Pink Petro’s biggest upcoming events and we are using the event as an opportunity to campaign the amazing women who are going to speak. On the phone, Colette introduced herself as a GRIT - girl raised in the South. She looks good on paper, a lawyer by trade — now a partner in the energy practice at Reed Smith in Washington, D.C. — who worked in the public sector for a number of years. She worked for elected officials and public officials, and eventually became one of the latter in Arkansas. She led a national nonprofit supporting state utility regulators, and eventually got a call from the White House to come run the FERC. All that being said, the most intriguing parts of such an honorable individual is found in the small details of her lifestory. Read this profile on Pink Petro’s site to find out what those details entail!
HERWorld18: Former FERC Commissioner Colette Honorable built a life and a legacy on GRIT