Dublin, OH, May 23, 2016 – IGS is pleased to announce that Nicole Ringle, chief marketing and talent officer, recently received a Top 15 Business Women Award during the 7th Annual Ohio Women’s Conference hosted by the Ohio Diversity Council. The conference was held on Thursday, May 19 in Cincinnati.
Ringle was recognized due to her ability to drive change and inspire others while helping to grow her organization. She serves as a mentor to her direct reports, and encourages female leaders throughout the business to participate in leadership coaching opportunities provided by the company.
Under Ringle’s leadership, the company of nearly 700 employees has continued to grow (up from 200 when she started with IGS in 2011). During her tenure, she has developed successful hiring and retention techniques, innovative employee development programs, and effective marketing and sales tactics.
“Because of Nicole’s amazing strategic vision she has managed to actually improve our corporate culture during a period of incredible growth. I’m truly impressed by her passion for the business and her quest for excellence. She’s an inspiration to me every day,” said Scott White, president and CEO.
IGS is a leader in the energy industry advocating for an engaged society seeking positive change in the way customers manage and consume our energy resources. With over 25 years of experience, the company provides the following to over one million customers across the country: natural gas, electricity, and home protection products (through IGS Energy*); power generation solutions off the grid (through IGS Generation); clean, domestic alternative fueling options (through IGS CNG Services); and solar solutions (through IGS Solar). The company also has a community investment program called IGS Impact which provides employees ongoing opportunities to get involved with, and give to, causes that are meaningful to the company and to them personally.