Alabama Power announces leadership changes
Alabama Power today announced changes to the company’s leadership, effective March 28, 2016.
• Quentin Riggins, vice president of Governmental Relations, has been elected senior vice president responsible for Governmental and Corporate Affairs.
• Alexia Borden, a partner in the Montgomery office of Balch & Bingham LLC, has been elected vice president with responsibility for Governmental Affairs.
• Richard Hutto, vice president of Southeast Division, has been named vice president responsible for Regulatory Affairs.
• Myla Calhoun, general counsel and senior vice president for Regional Development and Public Policy at the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA), has been elected vice president of Charitable Giving.
• Ashley Robinett, area manager for Birmingham Division, has been elected vice president with responsibility for Corporate Real Estate.
• Myrk Harkins, vice president and director of Corporate Real Estate, has been named vice president responsible for Special Projects.
“These individuals bring extraordinary expertise and insight to our leadership team,” said Mark Crosswhite, Alabama Power chairman, president and CEO. “Combined with our recent leadership changes, Alabama Power is in a strong position to meet our ongoing responsibilities to customers and stakeholders, and to tackle new challenges.”
Alabama Power, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE:SO), provides reliable electricity to more than 1.4 million customers at a total retail price that has been below the national average for decades. Learn more at www.alabamapower.com.