Thirteen of Fifty-Six IOU CEOs Are Women

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Fortnightly Magazine - December 2020
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There's Bethany Owen of ALLETE. There's Patti Poppe of CMS Energy. Actually, Poppe was just appointed CEO of PG&E Corp. and will be moving from Jackson, Michigan to San Francisco, California. There's Lynn Good of Duke Energy. Among the thirteen women who are CEOs of Edison Electric Institute member utilities, she leads the largest of their utilities.

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There's Kelly Tomblin of El Paso Electric. And Mari McClure of Green Mountain Power. And Connie Lau of Hawaiian Electric Industries, who has served in the CEO position longer than the other women who are their utilities' top execs. There's Lisa Grow of Idacorp and Linda Apsey of ITC Holdings. There's Pat Collawn of PNM Resources and Maria Pope of Portland General Electric. Mary Kipp is CEO of a neighbor, Puget Sound Energy. And finally, there's Stacey Doré of Sharyland Utilities and Nancy Tower of Tampa Electric.

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