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The Growing Role of Women in the Energy Sector

Paula Gold Williams
Paula Gold Williams is president and CEO of CPS Energy in San Antonio, Texas, the largest public electric and gas utility in the U.S.

In the latest episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast, host Bill Loveless speaks with Paula Gold Williams, the president and CEO of CPS Energy in San Antonio, Texas, the largest public electric and gas utility in the U.S. Bill and Paula talk about the changes taking place in the utility sector, with new technology and new expectations making the business more dynamic than ever. One of these areas that Bill and Paula tackle is the emergence of Smart Cities, where the grid will play a central role.

Bill and Paula also discuss how the changes in the industry are opening new career opportunities and creating a more diverse work force. They specifically focus on the growing role of women in the energy sector, a topic Paula regularly speaks on.

Paula Gold Williams joined CPS in 2004 and held a number of top positions at the utility, including chief financial officer and treasurer, before being named president and CEO in 2016.

Listen to the conversation. 

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Avriel
Avriel
4 years ago

So proud of Paula Gold Williams. So proud to be a woman, who cares about Gaia. We all need to save our planet by doing all we can. Alternative energy is a great way to start.

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