Alabama Power has made leadership changes to “enhance the customer experience and build stronger communities,” the company said Tuesday in a news release.
“This group shares a deep commitment to serving our customers and their communities,” said Jeff Peoples, Alabama Power president and CEO. “The expertise and dedication they bring to their roles will help us meet the current and future needs of our customers around the state.”
The changes are effective immediately, the utility said.
- Alexia Borden has been named senior vice president of customer and community engagement. She will oversee customer operations and the local community affairs initiatives carried out by Alabama Power’s six geographic business divisions
- Monica Graveline has been elected senior vice president and general counsel. She will provide legal counsel to Alabama Power’s management team and oversee ethics and compliance, concerns, legal services, risk services and the corporate secretary’s office.
- Ashley Robinett has been elected senior vice president of shared services. She will lead the company’s public relations, human resources, labor relations, workforce development and safety organizations.
- Staci Brown Brooks has been elected vice president of charitable giving. She will lead the company’s philanthropic, volunteerism and community support initiatives.
- Alex McCrary has been elected vice president of regulatory affairs. He will be responsible for managing the company’s relationship with the Alabama Public Service Commission.
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