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The Intersection of COVID, the Recession, and Race & Their Impact on Utility Regulation

December 10, 2020

Location: Online


This webinar will educate utility industry stakeholders about the ways in which ongoing racial and economic disparities have exacerbated the impact of COVID-19 and the current recession. Webinar participants will understand how these disparities adversely impact the utility industry’s consumers and workforce. This webinar will identify specific actions utility leaders and boards, regulators, and other stakeholders can take to meaningfully address these challenges. 

12:00pm – Session Overview and Instructions
12:05pm – Welcome and Moderator Introduction
12:15pm – Session One (includes Q&A)
1:45pm - Break
1:55pm - Session Two (includes Q&A)
3:25pm - Closing Remarks

Session One
Moderator: Sherina Maye Edwards, CEO, Intren

• Esther Aguilera, President, Latino Corporate Directors Association
• H.Russell Frisby, Jr., Partner, Stinson LLP
• Dr. Tony Reames, Assistant Professor University of Michigan School for Environment & Sustainability

Session Two
Moderator: David Clunie, Executive Director, Black Economic Alliance

• Gilbert Campbell, Co-Founder and CEO of Volt Energy
• Paula Glover, President and CEO, American Association of Blacks in Energy
• Richard J Mark, President, Ameren Illinois

Link to the recordings for this webinar

For any questions, please contact Charlene Ketchum at Charlene.Ketchum@psc.mo.gov.



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