Business-to-Business Breakfast Speaker
Stephen P. Reynolds
Chairman, President and CEO
"Growing and Getting Greener"
Thursday, January 18, 2007
Sponsored by Watson, Wyatt & Company
Steve Reynolds is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Washington-based Puget Energy, a Fortune 1000 company, and its utility subsidiary, Puget Sound Energy (PSE).
Under Reynolds' leadership, Puget Energy has strengthened its financial health by concentrating on its core business: retail utility service within a regulated environment. Central to this goal, in today's volatile energy marketplace, is PSE's strategy of meeting the energy needs of its growing customer base through incremental, cost-effective energy conservation, low-cost procurement of sustainable energy resources, and prudent investment in the energy-delivery infrastructure. Reynolds also is committed to strengthening company relationships with customers, regulators, industry peers, employees, and other key constituencies.
In addition to his responsibilities with Puget Energy and PSE, Reynolds serves on the boards of directors for the following: ArtsFund; The 5th Avenue Theatre; The Nature Conservancy of Washington; Washington Roundtable; Oregon Steel Mills, Inc.; Intermec, Inc.; the Edison Electric Institute, and the American Gas Association.
Reynolds has three decades of experience in both the natural-gas and electric power business, including significant accomplishments in energy matters at the state and federal levels in North America and internationally. He was formerly CEO of Reynolds Energy International and also served for 10 years as CEO of Pacific Gas Transmission Company of Portland, Oregon.
Reynolds has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of California-Berkeley, and a master's in business administration from the University of Oregon.
Contact CWU Alumni Relations, at 509.963.2843 for more information.
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