PG&E Moves to Regional Service Model
Pacific Gas and Electric Company appoints Teresa Alvarado as the new Regional Vice President for the South Bay and Central Coast Region. The announcement of regional leaders marks a milestone in PG&E’s plan to move to a regional service model, as outlined in their Updated Regionalization Proposal filed with the California Public Utilities Commission earlier this year. Read more about regionalization and other company news here: https://www.pgecurrents.com/.../pg-strengthens-security.../
Teresa Alvarado is the Vice President, South Bay & Central Coast Region. Teresa has 20 years of executive experience in the energy and water sectors and has held civic leadership roles focused on environmental justice and equity. Teresa serves as chair of the California Water Commission. Previously, she was Chief of Local Impact for the San Francisco Bay Area Planning & Urban Research Association, where she led a team responsible for implementing effective and equitable policy and planning solutions in San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland. Before that, she was Deputy Administrative Officer for the Santa Clara Valley Water District where she oversaw organizational performance, board policy governance, communications and community engagement. Earlier in her career, she served as the founding Executive Director of the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley, and worked as a Charitable Contributions Program Manager and Government Relations Representative for PG&E. She is a graduate of several local programs, including Leadership Salinas Valley, Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau’s “Focus Agriculture” program, Leadership Gilroy and American Leadership Forum Silicon Valley.