From a cadet at California Maritime Academy to captain with Chevron, Captain Amanda Wallace has had an exciting and successful career at sea.
Captain Amanda Wallace’s maritime interests began in High School through a program called Sea Scouts. Upon graduation in 2002, Captain Wallace was accepted into California Maritime Academy, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Transportation in 2006.
Her work experience spans the maritime industry, from tractor tugs to a hopper dredge and product tankers. Having sailed from cadet to captain, Captain Wallace is currently a marine superintendent for Chevron, overseeing the US flag & shuttle tanker operations.
Today on the Women Offshore Podcast, hear Captain Wallace share her career and get to know what it is like to sail on a tanker as captain.
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