Tulsa employees build Habitat house to support colleague

When a food service worker in Williams’ Tulsa headquarters expressed a desire to acquire her own home through Habitat for Humanity, our employees jumped at the chance to help this friend who has served us for years in the lunch line and in catering services throughout the building. “I really appreciate all my friends from Williams … Continue reading Tulsa employees build Habitat house to support colleague

Four generations of pipeliners

For Williams’ senior construction manager Tommy Terry, the construction and operation of the Transco natural gas pipeline has been a family affair. As the third generation pipeliner wraps up work on a Transco pipeline expansion in Alabama, he reflects and shares stories passed down to him from his father and grandfather – both of whom … Continue reading Four generations of pipeliners

Competitive swimming is a family affair in Wyoming

With the large number of lakes, ponds, creeks and rivers running through Wyoming, and with drowning being the number two cause of death in the U.S., the ability to swim is an essential life skill. This is a skill that Timer Penrod, senior operations technician in Douglas, WY, and his family take seriously. Penrod and … Continue reading Competitive swimming is a family affair in Wyoming

Celebrating engineers during national E-week

Williams’ college recruiters celebrated National Engineers Week at various university campuses this week. National Engineers Week is an annual event that recognizes the contributions engineers and engineering students make in the world. Engineers are vital to our business and are helping us meet energy needs by working on some of the most exciting industry projects … Continue reading Celebrating engineers during national E-week

Leave No Trace is more than a motto

Sustainability and scouting go hand-in-hand, as the Boy Scouts of America have been a leader in conservation, working since 1910 to preserve our environment. “Leave No Trace” is the act of leaving the environment in a better place than you found it. Today, Feb. 8, annually recognizes National Boy Scout Day and two Williams employees … Continue reading Leave No Trace is more than a motto

Creating transformative high school internships

For six years, Williams’ Houston office has partnered with Genesys Works, a nonprofit that pairs low-income high school students with corporate internships during their senior year. Williams employees from various departments have valued the opportunity to become mentors and guide the students as they prepare for life beyond high school. Recently, Maria Carlota Palacios, a … Continue reading Creating transformative high school internships

Employees honor the legacy of MLK Jr.

Williams employees are honoring the legacy of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Dozens of employees marched in the 38th Annual MLK Parade in downtown Tulsa on Monday. Williams is a sponsor of the parade, which this year was themed “Love Conquers Hate.” Carmela Hill, a senior community relations specialist, said the theme … Continue reading Employees honor the legacy of MLK Jr.

Tulsa employees gain satisfaction, fulfillment as Reading Partners

Williams’ Tulsa employees have come to experience enjoyment, satisfaction and fulfillment after becoming weekly Reading Partners at our adopted partner school, Sequoyah Elementary. Now even more volunteers are needed to meet a growing demand during the second semester of the 2017-18 school year. Statistics show that students who are not reading proficiently by the time they … Continue reading Tulsa employees gain satisfaction, fulfillment as Reading Partners

Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion

Each year, Williams makes an effort to recognize leaders who go above and beyond to create an inclusive work environment in which everyone feels respected, valued by and connected to through its Randy Barnard Leave the Ladder Down Award. This year, Cherie Humphries, Vice President of Supply Chain and NGL Services, has been awarded this … Continue reading Leaving the ladder down to foster inclusion