ATLANTA Southern Company announced today that Allen Leverett has been appointed vice president and treasurer of Southern Company Services, the subsidiary that supports Southern Companys domestic and international affiliates.
Leverett, 33, was named vice president of financial planning and analysis for the company in 1997. In his new role, he will be responsible for financial planning and analysis, investor relations, capital markets and treasury.
Leverett joined Southern Company as a transmission engineer in 1988. Since then, he has worked in a number of areas including integrated resource planning, strategic planning, wholesale marketing and finance.
A native of Pelham, Ala., Leverett received a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and mathematics from Vanderbilt University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He has a masters degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University and a masters degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Auburn University.
Leverett serves on the board of directors and the finance committee of the Piedmont Park Conservancy in Atlanta.
Southern Company (NYSE: SO) is an international energy company that operates more than 48,000 megawatts of electric generating capacity worldwide. It is the largest producer of electricity in the United States and one of the worlds largest independent power producers. Southern Company subsidiaries and their affiliates serve 12 million retail customers worldwide and millions more through the wholesale market. Based in Atlanta, Southern Company is the parent firm of Alabama Power, Georgia Power, Gulf Power, Mississippi Power and Savannah Electric.
Through its Southern Energy Inc. subsidiary, Southern Company has operations in 12 countries on five continents and has a growing presence in North America with assets in the Northeast, the Midwest, California and Texas. Southern Company also provides energy-related marketing, trading and technical services in the United States and Europe and offers Southern LINC wireless telecommunications.