Posts tagged with Race and Social Justice Initiative Archives - Powerlines

Seattle City (spot)Light: Katie Seling

Katie Seling has served on City Light’s Customer Energy Solutions (CES) team for the past six years. “In my current role, I evaluate the effectiveness of conservation programs,” Katie explained. “Are our customers saving what we think they’re saving? Are people participating in areas we think they are? How well… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Liz Zimmerly

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Liz Zimmerly shares City Light initiatives that are raising the visibility of its female workforce,

Seattle City spot(Light): Shanna Crutchfield

Shanna Crutchfield always knew she would live in Seattle. Upon graduating high school, she moved from Louisiana to join (as she says) “the majestic mountains and beautiful natural landscape” of Washington state. Last year, Shanna celebrated 30 years of service with the city of Seattle, an achievement recognized by the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Christopher Peguero

As City Light’s environmental equity advisor, Christopher Peguero is implementing a culture shift in the way the utility does business.

City Light Leads and Learns at Women in Energy Symposium

Women comprise only about 25 percent of the energy industry workforce. Seattle City Light is working to fix this problem.

Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery Invites all to Artist Reception

Artist Reception to be Held at the Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery for Susan Ringstad Emery on October 15th from Noon to 1:30pm

City Light Finalizes RSJI Work Plan for 2014

City Light has finalized its Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) work plan for 2014. As part of its RSJI plan for the year, Seattle City Light will focus on the equity areas of education, equitable development, housing, jobs/economic justice, the environment, and service equity. The work plan is part… [ Keep reading ]

Helping Customers and Viewers Retain Information through Closed Captioning

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but Seattle City Light is taking it steps further by making your viewing experience that much better. City Light is offering closed captioning on all 57 videos posted on the Seattle City Light YouTube channel. The utility plans to continue adding closed captioning to all its future videos as well.