ODEC COO Announces Resignation to Head Florida Utility
(Glen Allen, VA)- -Old Dominion Electric Cooperative’s senior vice president and chief operating officer, Lisa Johnson will be resigning from her position to become the chief executive officer and general manager of Seminole Electric Cooperative in Tampa, Fla., effective Aug. 1, 2013.
Johnson has served ODEC as senior vice president and COO since 2011, and has been with the company since 2006. She currently oversees the entire power-supply operation with additional responsibility for engineering, planning, environmental, member services, and the information technology functions.
“Lisa has earned the respect of the people who have had the pleasure of working with her,” said Jack Reasor, president and chief executive officer of ODEC. “The plans we’ve made and the success we’ve had are in large part due to her. We will continue to build on what she has put in place. Her hard work and dedication to ODEC have placed us in an excellent position. We are, of course, sad to see her go but this is a great move for both Lisa and Seminole Electric Cooperative.”
Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and materials science from Duke University. She serves as a board member and chair of the Cooperative Research Network and was named one of Virginia’s most “Influential Women” in 2012.
Headquartered in Glen Allen, Va., ODEC is a not-for-profit, member-owned wholesale power supplier to 11 member electric distribution cooperatives that provide reliable, affordable electricity to 1.2 million people in 70 counties in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Learn more at www.odec.com.
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