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Lunch & Learn: Ambassador Training
Noble Energy
1625 Broadway, 28th Floor
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 228-4000
Tuesday, September 18, 2018, 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM MDT
Category: Lunch & Learns

Be an Industry Ambassador

sponsored by:

Join us for a special lunch & learn on September 18 at Noble Energy's offices to learn more about how to defeat political issues facing our industry this November, specifically Proposition 112. Representatives from Protect Colorado, Noble, and Anadarko will be presenting an overview of the current political climate, addressing issues of concern to the public, and providing a communications training to give you the tools needed to be an industry ambassador. 

This workshop includes lunch and is FREE for members, $15 for non-members. Space is limited to make sure to sign up today!

Online registration is now closed; please contact us if you have any questions (720-663-9070). As a reminder, all sales are final however guest substitutions are available at the door.

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About the Presenters

Andrew Dunkley, PacWest
Andrew brings years of campaign, legislative, and operational management experience to Protect Colorado, the campaign arm against setbacks and other anti-industry efforts. Prior to this, Andrew was a regional director and campaign operative for U.S. Senator Cory Gardner where he directed and executed outreach throughout Colorado. With Sen. Gardner, he covered issue areas including energy and natural resources, transportation and infrastructure, public lands and the environment, and agriculture and water. Andrew has also spent time with the Colorado General Assembly, the Colorado Republican Committee, the Romney for President campaign, and a number of other private sector businesses in construction management and manufacturing.

Telbe Storbeck, Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

Telbe Storbeck is a Senior Stakeholder Relations Representative at Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. Mr. Storbeck manages Anadarko’s employee advocacy programs, which train and prepare employees to become ambassadors and advocates for the company and industry, equipping them to participate in thoughtful and fact-based conversations with diverse stakeholders and ready to engage in schools, communities, local governments, and on social media.

 Before joining Anadarko in early 2018, Mr. Storbeck was a Project Manager at EIS Solutions, a public affairs consulting firm, where he worked on a wide range of issues and campaigns including community and stakeholder relations for oil and gas companies, immigration reform, education reform, and presidential campaigns.

Patsy Landaveri, Noble Energy

Patsy Landaveri manages Noble Energy’s community affairs activities in Colorado and is responsible for cultivating stakeholder relationships with community leaders and charitable organizations. Patsy leads Noble’s efforts in public education and communication regarding oil and gas development in the state through broadcast media, digital campaign and direct stakeholder engagement. She oversees the company’s multi-million dollar social investment program, branded sponsorships and employee volunteer and matching-gifts programs.

Patsy has more than a decade of experience in the energy industry. Prior to Noble, she managed community relations for Tri-State Generation and Transmission, a power supplier to rural Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and New Mexico. Patsy has a Bachelors in Economics from the University of Kentucky and a Masters in Global Energy Management from the University of Colorado in Denver. She is currently obtaining a Graduate Certificate at the University of Denver in Marketing Management. Patsy is also part of the Governor’s Fellowship Program. She is a graduate of the Denver Metro Chamber’s Leadership Denver Class of 2017 and the Denver Petroleum Club’s Mentoring Program Class of 2013.

Under Patsy’s leadership, Noble Energy has received philanthropy awards by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts and National Philanthropy Day. In 2016, Patsy was recognized as a Community Champion by the Colorado Petroleum Council and last year, she was named Top Women in Energy by the Denver Business Journal.

Patsy is a member of the Denver Public Schools Foundation Board, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Board, Commons on Champa Women’s Advisory Council Board and volunteers her time with many organizations across the state. In her free time, Patsy enjoys hiking, backpacking and snowboarding. She has climbed seventeen Colorado 14ers. Patsy, a native of Peru, enjoys travelling and experiencing different cultures.