Now on the Women Offshore Podcast, Krystina Amos shines a light on motherhood and working offshore before becoming a well control instructor.

Even though she grew up with a father who worked offshore, Krystina Amos did not imagine a similar career path for herself. However, after she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Geology from the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Krystina took on a role as a mudlogging geologist on ultra-deepwater drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico.

Now on the Women Offshore Podcast, listen to Krystina share how she made the leap from a student in the classroom to a mudlogger on drill ships and then back to the classroom as a well control instructor. Krystina also shares how she balanced an offshore career, while prioritizing time with her daughter, and why she made big jumps in her career.

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