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== Biography for 2016-2017 [[SEG President]]-elect ==
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'''Nancy J. House''', a member of SEG for 38 years, has worked as a geophysicist for multinational corporations and small independent oil companies, primarily as an interpreter in onshore and offshore United States, South America, Africa (West and East), and other areas. She is “second-generation oil field,” growing up in South America and Singapore.<ref> Reviewers, O., & Update, S. (2015). NOMINATIONS FOR 2015–2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The Leading Edge, 34(7).</ref>
  
'''Nancy J. House''' is an American geophysicist.
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She earned a B.A. in geology/geophysics from the University of Wyoming in 1976 and an M.Sc. in geophysics from Colorado School of Mines in 1979 and did additional postgraduate work at Colorado School of Mines in reservoir characterization, economics, and geophysics in 2000–2002.
  
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From the first SEG Annual Meeting that House attended in 1978 as a student, she knew SEG would play an important part in her career. Early on, SEG provided valuable training, networking opportunities, and guidance in professional standards and ethics. House has served on numerous SEG committees, including International Affairs (precursor to the Global Affairs Committee), GAC, Women’s Network Committee (chair in 2012–2013), finance (chair in 2012–2014), membership, and the organizing committee for the D&P research workshop in Krakow in 2013.
  
== Biography for 2015-2016 SEG President-elect ==
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She was general chair of the SEG 2010 Annual Meeting and was SEG secretary-treasurer in 2011–2012. House has been a regular contributor to TLE, a presenter at meetings (winning the award for best poster in 1995), a reviewer  
 
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for Geophysics, and a session chair for various meetings. She has served on the SEG China Task Force to understand critical business issues concerning SEG. She is member of AAPG, Dallas Geophysical Society, Denver Geophysical Society (past president in 2008–2010), RMAG, the Division of Environmental Geology of AAPG, AGU, AWG, and EAEG.
[[Nancy House|Nancy J. House]], a member of
 
SEG for 38 years, has worked as
 
a geophysicist for multinational
 
corporations and small independent oil companies, primarily
 
as an interpreter in onshore and
 
offshore United States, South
 
America, Africa (West and East),
 
and other areas. She is “second-
 
generation oil field,” growing up
 
in South America and Singapore.
 
 
 
She earned a B.A. in geology/geophysics from the University of
 
Wyoming in 1976 and an M.Sc. in geophysics from Colorado
 
School of Mines in 1979 and did additional postgraduate work
 
at Colorado School of Mines in reservoir characterization, economics, and geophysics in 2000–2002. 
 
 
 
From the first SEG Annual Meeting that House attended in
 
1978 as a student, she knew SEG would play an important part
 
in her career. Early on, SEG provided valuable training, networking opportunities, and guidance in professional standards
 
and ethics. House has served on numerous SEG committees,
 
including International Affairs (precursor to the Global Affairs
 
Committee), GAC, Women’s Network Committee (chair in
 
2012–2013), finance (chair in 2012–2014), membership, and the
 
organizing committee for the D&P research workshop in Krakow in 2013.
 
 
 
She was general chair of the SEG 2010 Annual  
 
Meeting and was SEG secretary-treasurer in 2011–2012.
 
House has been a regular contributor to TLE, a presenter at  
 
meetings (winning the award for best poster in 1995), a reviewer  
 
for Geophysics, and a session chair for various meetings. She  
 
has served on the SEG China Task Force to understand critical  
 
business issues concerning SEG. She is member of A APG, Dal-
 
las Geophysical Society, Denver Geophysical Society (president
 
past president in 2008–2010), RMAG, the Division of Environ-
 
mental Geology of AAPG, AGU, AWG, and EAEG.
 
  
 
===Position statement===
 
===Position statement===
  
SEG has evolved over 85 years to serve a diverse global  
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SEG has evolved over 85 years to serve a diverse global membership of approximately 33,000. It must continue to adapt to support the diverse membership while maintaining its core values in a safe, sustainable, and financially sound manner. The SEG Board must provide clear strategic direction to deliver programs supporting the SEG mission to “connect, inspire, and propel the people and science of geophysics.” Committees must engage members early in their careers to create programs that support the SEG strategy regionally and globally.   
membership of approximately 33,000. It must continue to  
 
adapt to support the diverse membership while maintaining  
 
its core values in a safe, sustainable, and financially sound  
 
manner. The SEG Board must provide clear strategic direc-
 
tion to deliver programs supporting the SEG mission to  
 
“connect, inspire, and propel the people and science of geophysics.” Committees must engage members early in their  
 
careers to create programs that support the SEG strategy  
 
regionally and globally.   
 
  
Finance and other departments have made significant  
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Finance and other departments have made significant improvements resulting in a transparent and realistic cost of programs, allowing the SEG Board to focus on strategic initiatives in a manner that does not unfairly subsidize one part of the organization at the expense of others. The SEG Foundation transferred administration of programs to the SEG staff to focus on fund-raising. Programs should be expanded responsibly to enable implementation of the SEG mission to the next generation and to new areas.
improvements resulting in a transparent and realistic cost of  
 
programs, allowing the SEG Board to focus on strategic initia-
 
tives in a manner that does not unfairly subsidize one part of  
 
the organization at the expense of others. The SEG Foundation  
 
transferred administration of programs to the SEG staff to focus  
 
on fund-raising. Programs should be expanded responsibly to  
 
enable implementation of the SEG mission to the next genera-
 
tion and to new areas.
 
  
As President, I would lead the Board and staff to facilitate  
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As President, I would lead the Board and staff to facilitate strategic planning and implementation of strategies in a safe and sustainable manner. With continued dedication of staff and volunteers, SEG will continue providing guidance to generations of exploration geophysicists around the world.
strategic planning and implementation of strategies in a safe and  
 
sustainable manner. With continued dedication of staff and vol-
 
unteers, SEG will continue providing guidance to generations of  
 
exploration geophysicists around the world.
 
  
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== References ==
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{{reflist}}
  
 
[[Category:Women in geoscience]]
 
[[Category:Women in geoscience]]
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Latest revision as of 17:51, 9 November 2016

Nancy House
Nancy J. House headshot.png
MSc Geophysics
MSc university Colorado School of Mines

Biography for 2016-2017 SEG President-elect

Nancy J. House, a member of SEG for 38 years, has worked as a geophysicist for multinational corporations and small independent oil companies, primarily as an interpreter in onshore and offshore United States, South America, Africa (West and East), and other areas. She is “second-generation oil field,” growing up in South America and Singapore.[1]

She earned a B.A. in geology/geophysics from the University of Wyoming in 1976 and an M.Sc. in geophysics from Colorado School of Mines in 1979 and did additional postgraduate work at Colorado School of Mines in reservoir characterization, economics, and geophysics in 2000–2002.

From the first SEG Annual Meeting that House attended in 1978 as a student, she knew SEG would play an important part in her career. Early on, SEG provided valuable training, networking opportunities, and guidance in professional standards and ethics. House has served on numerous SEG committees, including International Affairs (precursor to the Global Affairs Committee), GAC, Women’s Network Committee (chair in 2012–2013), finance (chair in 2012–2014), membership, and the organizing committee for the D&P research workshop in Krakow in 2013.

She was general chair of the SEG 2010 Annual Meeting and was SEG secretary-treasurer in 2011–2012. House has been a regular contributor to TLE, a presenter at meetings (winning the award for best poster in 1995), a reviewer for Geophysics, and a session chair for various meetings. She has served on the SEG China Task Force to understand critical business issues concerning SEG. She is member of AAPG, Dallas Geophysical Society, Denver Geophysical Society (past president in 2008–2010), RMAG, the Division of Environmental Geology of AAPG, AGU, AWG, and EAEG.

Position statement

SEG has evolved over 85 years to serve a diverse global membership of approximately 33,000. It must continue to adapt to support the diverse membership while maintaining its core values in a safe, sustainable, and financially sound manner. The SEG Board must provide clear strategic direction to deliver programs supporting the SEG mission to “connect, inspire, and propel the people and science of geophysics.” Committees must engage members early in their careers to create programs that support the SEG strategy regionally and globally.

Finance and other departments have made significant improvements resulting in a transparent and realistic cost of programs, allowing the SEG Board to focus on strategic initiatives in a manner that does not unfairly subsidize one part of the organization at the expense of others. The SEG Foundation transferred administration of programs to the SEG staff to focus on fund-raising. Programs should be expanded responsibly to enable implementation of the SEG mission to the next generation and to new areas.

As President, I would lead the Board and staff to facilitate strategic planning and implementation of strategies in a safe and sustainable manner. With continued dedication of staff and volunteers, SEG will continue providing guidance to generations of exploration geophysicists around the world.

References

  1. Reviewers, O., & Update, S. (2015). NOMINATIONS FOR 2015–2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The Leading Edge, 34(7).