Georgia Power names Anne Kaiser VP of administrative services

David Ratcliffe, president and chief executive officer of Georgia Power, has named Anne Kaiser vice president of administrative services.

In this new position, Anne will be responsible for managing and overseeing labor relations, corporate security, electric transportation, risk management, regulatory and litigation support, Georgia Power Ambassadors, Citizens of Georgia Power and corporate facilities. Kaiser will report to Tom Fanning, executive vice president and chief financial officer.

“The naming of Anne Kaiser to vice president will strengthen our management team,” said Ratcliffe. “She brings a wealth of management experience and knowledge of the company to this position.”

Since joining the company in 1998, Kaiser has held a number of positions at Georgia Power Company, including manager of residential sales and service. As manager she was responsible for program design, program implementation, market segment management, and sales support and profitability of the Residential Marketing Programs. Kaiser managed a staff of 42 individuals. And in her most recent position as the assistant to David Ratcliffe, Kaiser was responsible for staff support to the president and CEO, and members of the Management Council on annual business plans and special projects.

Ms. Kaiser is a graduate of The University of Georgia where she received Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations and a graduate of Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She is also very active in the community. A 1994 graduate of Leadership Atlanta, she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Children’s Shelter. - more-

She is a founding member of the Johnnetta B. Cole Society of the United Way. Kaiser was also appointed by Governor Zell Miller to serve on the State Personnel Board from 1996-1999 and chaired the Board in 1999.

Kaiser and her husband, Mark, live in Atlanta.

Georgia Power is the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, the nation’s largest generator of electricity. The company is an investor-owned, tax-paying utility, serving customers in 57,000 of the state’s 59,000 square miles. Georgia Power’s rates are more than 15 percent below the national average and its 1.8 million customers are in all but six of Georgia’s 159 counties.