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Seattle City (spot)Light: Colleen Lenahansen, Senior Public Relations Specialist

The BasicsYears of Service: One year (as of 6/24/21, all remote so far).Division: CommunicationsRole: As part of the External Communications team, I work on connecting our customers and stakeholders with City Light programs, services, and messages. My day-to-day work involves strategizing on how best to convey content to the public,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Hannah Szenk, Talent Acquisition Specialist

The BasicsYears of Service: Six and a halfDivision: Talent and Workforce DevelopmentRole: I recruit new employees to the utility and facilitate all stages of the hiring process. I currently support 26 officers and directors across the organization and also run our internship program hiring process. BackgroundHometown: Issaquah, Wash.Alma Mater: Washington… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Reed Adam, Audit Process Consultant

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: Financial and Business ServicesRole: As part of Internal Audit, I work on operational and compliance audits with business units across the utility. I also work on data analysis and reporting for Financial and Business Services. BackgroundHometown: I grew up in Seattle but moved to Northern… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brian Taubeneck, Senior Management Systems Analyst

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: General Manager’s OfficeRole: I work as a continuous improvement business analyst on the Strategic Planning and Performance team. I coordinate City Light’s participation in various benchmarking studies, and I analyze work processes and look for areas for change and improvement. My current project involves evaluating… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light (spot)Light: Sara Stubbs, Employee Engagement & Communications

The BasicsYears of Service: Joined October 2020Division: People & CultureRole: As part of the Employee Experience team, I help share information about the resources and services offered by People & Culture and make them easier for employees to use. I also get to plan fun events like Family Day and… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Aldo Nardiello, Business Partner Manager

The BasicsYears of Service: Three and a halfDivision: People & CultureRole: I have been in my current role for about six months now. The Business Partners program is a new group within People & Culture that connects the resources and expertise of People & Culture with the rest of City… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Colm Otten, Solutions Design & Management Program Manager

The BasicsYears of Service: Four and a halfDivision: Customer Care & Energy SolutionsRole: My main focus has been on designing and implementing two programs aimed at our large commercial customers. Pay for Performance is a program where we pay customers incentives based on how much energy they save. Energy Efficiency… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Matt Clifford, Senior Accountant

The BasicsYears of Service: Four and a halfDivision: AccountingRole: I manage various areas of City Light accounting, including retail revenues, pension, and bond issuance. I also work on our financial statements and annual report, as well as assist with our annual financial audit. BackgroundHometown: Born in Portland, Ore., raised in… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Laurie Russ, Senior Contract Specialist

The BasicsYears of Service: Two and a halfDivision: Contracts & Procurement, FinanceRole: I manage the consultant procurement process for multiple business units for the procurement and contracting of equipment, goods, and services, including architects and engineers, small works, and other procurements. BackgroundHometown: Santa Rosa, Calif.Alma Mater: University of PhoenixDiscipline/Trade of… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Carli Jensen, Employee Relations Advisor

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: Employee Relations Role: My work includes advising management and employees, responding to escalated workplace issues, and conducting workplace investigations. During the pandemic, I have also done rapid response, outreach, and contact tracing, to help our employees during this difficult time. I try to approach everything… [ Keep reading ]