Gabriella Passidomo is a Commissioner for the Florida Public Service Commission.
The Florida Commissioners these days are busy, grappling with the tough subjects of utility ratemaking in the public interest, but also population growth and ensuring all those residents, old and new, have reliable utility services. Enjoy these conversations with Florida Chair Andrew Fay, and Commissioners Art Graham, Gary Clark, Mike LaRosa, and Gabriella Passidomo.
PUF's Lori Burkhart: How did your background prepare you for working at the Commission?
Commissioner Gabriella Passidomo: Prior to my appointment, I was a Staff attorney with the Commission for about two years. I had a lot of exposure to a variety of the Commission's dockets.
I started my public utility journey in law school. When I was in law school, I came here as an intern. So, I've come back to the Commission in three different roles.