This week Jim chats with Amy Andryszak from Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) about the short- and long-term concerns regarding the significant role of natural gas as a major resource for the foreseeable future in this country.
Amy Andryszak was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) and the INGAA Foundation in 2020. INGAA represents natural gas transmission and storage companies who operate over 200,000 miles of pipeline and related infrastructure that safely transport natural gas from where it is produced to where it is consumed.
Since her appointment in 2020, Ms. Andryszak spearheaded the organization’s 2021 Vision Forward, a comprehensive set of climate change commitments that focuses on modernizing our nation’s interstate natural gas infrastructure with the goal of reducing emissions and minimizing climate impacts.
Prior to joining INGAA in 2020, Ms. Andryszak served as a Principal at a Washington, DC-based government relations firm where she managed a portfolio of clients across a range of policy areas, including energy and related infrastructure, telecommunications, travel and tourism, and financial services. With more than two decades of political and advocacy experience, Ms. Andryszak has held various leadership and executive positions in the U.S. House of Representatives and the private sector.
Ms. Andryszak received a bachelor's degree from The Pennsylvania State University. Ms. Andryszak lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband and daughter.
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