Women In Technology

November 7 from 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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Due to the one-on-one design for this event, space is limited. Pre-registration is required.

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Registration must be done individually. There is no group registration and teachers/counselors do not need to register.

Learn about the excellent career opportunities for talented women interested in high-paying, technology-driven fields. Engage in activities and demonstrations in our “Career Track” format to better understand the academic and skill requirements for the various career opportunities that are offered through OSU Institute of Technology.

This year’s Women In Technology event will feature three panelists from the Women’s Energy Network, an organization made up of professional women who work in the energy sector.

WEN works to foster the development and advancement of women in energy through networking opportunities and leadership development.

WIT Panelists

Diana Frazier

VP, Integrated Asset Mgmt.

Frazier is vice president of integrated asset management for Holland Services LLC in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a Certified Petroleum Landman and president of the North Texas Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network. She’s also active with the American Association of Petroleum Landmen and a member of the Fort Worth Association of Petroleum Landmen as well as the Young Professionals in Energy.

Frazier has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Texas Christian University, and oil and gas master’s degree in business administration from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland. She’s also a member of the TCU Young Alumni, TCU Junior Clark Society and TCU Frog Club.


Mary Curliss Patton

Registered Petroleum Engineer

Patton is a registered petroleum engineer with the state of Texas and currently is the director of regulatory compliance at the Northern Marcellus Shale and Permian Basin divisions of Range Resources- Appalachia LLC. Before Range Resources, she also held positions with the Railroad Commission of Texas, Chevron USA, Hunt Oil Company, Union Pacific Resources and Nexen. She’s also membership director co-chairwoman of the North Texas Chapter of WEN.

Patton, who was born in Norman, graduated from the University of Texas with a bachelor’s degree in engineering. She followed her father, who was also petroleum engineer, into the energy business.


Patricia Stamatoyannakis

Facility Engineer

Stamatoyannakis is a facility engineer at Freese and Nichols, based in Fort Worth, Texas, and has worked in the natural gas and natural gas liquids industries as a project manager and assistant project manager. She has worked on projects with Coronado Midstream, DCP Midstream, GDF Suez and Enbridge Pipelines.

Stamatoyannakis graduated with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Oklahoma State University.