GTI Announces New Board Member
August 1, 2019
Des Plaines, IL
GTI announced today that Kimberly S. Greene, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Company Gas, was appointed to the GTI Board of Directors at the July 18, 2019 meeting.
Kim is an experienced senior executive recognized for her industry leadership. At Southern Company Gas, she ensures the delivery of clean, safe, reliable, and affordable natural gas to more than 4.2 million utility customers in Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee, and Virginia. In addition, she oversees the nonutility businesses that deliver value through energy-related products and services, wholesale gas services, and gas midstream operations, including gas pipeline investments and storage and fuels.
Kim began her career at Southern Company in 1991 and has progressed through various areas of increasing responsibility in engineering, operations, finance, structuring, trading, and asset management. She has fulfilled the role of President and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Company Services, and served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Southern Company, with responsibility for research and environmental affairs, Southern Power, and Southern Wholesale Energy.
She also spent five years in executive roles at Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), a U.S. corporate agency providing electricity for business customers and local power distributors serving more than 9 million people in parts of seven southeastern states.
“I am very pleased to welcome Kim to our Board of Directors,” says GTI President and CEO David Carroll. “She has spent her career focused on energy and her comprehensive knowledge of the industry makes her an ideal member of GTI’s Board of Directors. Her broad perspective and insight will help us support key technology initiatives and assist our customers in addressing rapidly evolving market conditions.
GTI and Southern Company Gas have a long-standing relationship and I am looking forward to continuing the collaboration to ensure natural gas plays a prominent role in the energy future.”
Kim earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering science and mechanics from the University of Tennessee, a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a master’s degree in business administration from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Greene also completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.
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