Our spotlight is Tammy Hebert! Tammy is a Lead, Regulatory Analyst at EAG with 30+ years of experience in Severance TAX, Revenue Accounting, Land Administration, Systems Controls, and SOX/Internal Controls. She has spent most of her career in the Upstream Oil & Gas industry, where she was responsible for managing a Severance Tax team, participating in software implementation projects, and acquisition and divestiture projects. Additionally, Tammy served as a liaison between Revenue, Cost, JIB Accounting, and IT teams.
Tammy is also skilled in employing process improvements, increasing efficiencies, and reducing manual efforts. As the EAG spotlight, Tammy shares what she has learned throughout her career, at EAG, people that have inspired her, and more. Check it out!
EAG embraces a positive culture and encouraging atmosphere. The leadership team is always forward looking, promotes employee growth, and operates in a fast-paced setting.
One of my proudest moments is being at the forefront of a growing organization and given the ability to build an extraordinary Regulatory Team.
You will notice from day one everyone is friendly and upbeat. It is fast paced environment that is extremely rewarding. Hard work and dedication never go unnoticed or unrewarded.
I learned over the past month not to become too comfortable; the world around you is constantly changing. You always need to be willing to learn new skills, grow your knowledge base and adapt to change.
I love to embroider or do sublimation when time permits. My favorite place to go is Cambridge, England where most of my family lives.
I am originally from Cambridge, England, however, no one would ever know from my accent. The other surprise is I also have a 13-year-old very spoiled pet squirrel named Steven.
Working from home has its advantages. It provides me with more flexibility, and time to meditate and exercise since I’m not spending time commuting.
Where do I start, I have known many people who’ve inspired me at various times in my life. Most memorable is when I started in the industry as an Admin to Mr. Montalvo. He recognized my abilities, and his mentoring and support provided me with the guidance and inspiration to grow not only as an individual but also in my career. Another person is Mrs. Daly, another one of my previous supervisors. One day, she noticed I was extremely upset about an organizational announcement. She took me aside to have a heart–to–heart conversation with me that I will always remember. She was honest, and the words she spoke to me that day have always stayed with me. Not only do these folks inspire me, they motivate me to continue being the best person I can be.
This is a quote I wrote during a tough time in my life:
“At times, the unknown future outweighs the present”
– T. Hebert
To be honest I do not think I have a superpower. I take pride in my work, work hard, and try every day to be the best version of myself. I can also make wine disappear.