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Seattle City (Spot)Light: David Logsdon

David Logsdon joined City Light in January of 2020 as the Director of one of the utility’s newest divisions, Electrification and Strategic Technology. “Our teams focus on Grid Modernization, Electrification, Strategic Technologies, and the Lighting Design Lab,” David explained. “Our mission isn’t modest – we are building the grid of… [ Keep reading ]

Plants in Power with Lori Fowler

At the foot of North Cascades National Park, sits the Skagit Hydroelectric Project, an essential power generating facility for Seattle City Light. Its unique location spans 42 acres, providing a natural passage of beauty into the area. City Light’s Senior Gardener, Lori Fowler, maintains the numerous gardens around the company… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Lindsay Ohab

Lindsay Ohab started at Seattle City Light in April 2020. As the utility’s internship coordinator, Lindsay promotes the internship program to local colleges and universities, onboards new interns, and plans professional development programming. “I feel a lot of pride getting to work with our awesome interns – they bring such… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Kiyomi Morris

Kiyomi Morris began her City Light career in 2015 as an intern in the Environmental, Land & Licensing business unit, and she’s been with the utility ever since. “As an intern, you get to know the utility industry and learn from all of the wonderful people working here. I had… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brendan Armstrong

Brendan Armstrong joined Seattle City Light in January 2019 after working in the private sector for 11 years. “I wanted to be a part of an organization that serves the public, and City Light’s focus on the customer directly aligns with my values,” Brendan shared. Brendan has lived in Washington… [ Keep reading ]

An Update from Skagit: Kelly, Barb and the Skagit General Store

The Skagit General Store has been open for nearly 100 years. It initially opened for Seattle City Light employees in 1922, expanding its reach to the public in 1940. The store’s spirit is embodied by the “Thelma and Louise” like pair: Barb Haight, the storekeeper, and Kelly Regan, the store… [ Keep reading ]

An Update from Skagit: The Newhalem-Diablo Fire Brigade

This year’s effects have undoubtedly been felt in more populated areas like Seattle, but what has been the experience for those in remote locations like Newhalem and Diablo? It might seem surprising, but the Newhalem-Diablo Fire Brigade (the towns’ emergency response team) has been busier than ever implementing safety precautions… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Losi Namoa

Losi Namoa will be celebrating one year at City Light in January 2021. As a lead janitor in Facilities, Security and Emergency Management (FSEM), her job “is to ensure that the team and I work safely and proficiently to assure cleanliness at its finest to all employees and the public.”… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Dan Langdon

Dan Langdon has been with City Light for 14 years. He was born and raised in Iowa but traveled to Seattle on and off since the 70s. It wasn’t until 1987 that Dan moved to Washington permanently with some friends from college. “Back in those days, Seattle was a very… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Antronette Simmons

Antronette Simmons began her career with Seattle City Light in January 2019. She is the Division Administrator in the Facilities, Security and Emergency Management division, where she supports human resources, financial reporting, and division operations. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Antronette’s family re-located to Seattle when she was ten. She… [ Keep reading ]