Tracy LeRoy has been named to the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) Houston Advisory Council for a three-year term that runs through 2021.
Comprised of a dynamic group of professional women working across the energy value chain, WEN’s mission is to educate, attract, retain and develop women in the energy industry. At an international level, WEN has 20 chapters, with Houston being the largest chapter of approximately 1,800 members.
“I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to the Houston Chapter of WEN in such a meaningful way,” says LeRoy, adding, “Our membership reflects the best and brightest of women involved in all aspects of Houston’s energy market and I look forward to working with my fellow Council colleagues to strategically enhance WEN’s membership value and reach.”
Tracy joined Yetter Coleman in 2018 from Sidley Austin LLP where she was a partner and the litigation group head of its Houston office. Her practice focuses on representing companies in the upstream and midstream sectors of the oil and gas industry in disputes involving the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and gas, including drilling rights, operating obligations, leasehold disputes, renewable fuel commodities, and pipeline issues. She also handles a variety of employment-related litigation, including trade secrets, employment agreement enforceability issues, and whistleblower claims.