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Seattle City (spot)Light: Aurana Lewis, Senior Environmental Analyst

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? About 7 1/2 years. Division: Environmental Management & Compliance Tell us about your role. I manage the dangerous waste, spills, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) programs for the utility. In the waste programs, I ensure industrial waste is properly identified, handled,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Byron DiGrazia, Structural Painter Crew Chief

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? Since August 2012 Division: Generation Tell us about your role: In my role as a crew chief, I help maintain and protect Seattle City Light’s facilities by planning and completing structural painting projects. From power generators to bridges, if it’s stationary,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Jenny Six, Organizational Change Manager

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? Over two and a half years. Division: Office of the General Manager. Tell us about your role: I work with teams across the utility on major projects and initiatives, focusing on the people-side of change. My work includes helping people understand… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brandon Belger, Network Cable Splicer Apprentice

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? 4 years and 3 months Division: Network Tell us about your role. Our body of work is pretty extensive, but in short, it is to maintain, repair, and upgrade the Network Electrical Distribution System used in downtown Seattle, First Hill, and… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Matthew Beston, Cable Splicer Crew Chief

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? I started as a cable splicer apprentice in February 2015. I’ve been in the electrical construction industry since 2007. Division: Network Tell us about your role: As a cable splicer, we have the responsibility of constructing and maintaining one of the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Cristine Chan, Accounting Technician

The Basics Division: Account Control How long have you been at City Light? Exactly eight months. Tell us about your role: As an accounting technician, I manage various account transactions, including transferring balances owed and credited, processing escrow and credit card refunds, and handling unclaimed property. I also ensure payment verification… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Charlotte Dorrity, Director of Safety, Health and Wellness

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? Three years. Division: Safety, Health and Wellness (SHaW) Tell us about your role: I am the director of the SHaW group, and the biggest part of my job is culture change. Inside the safety group, this means building the team and driving… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Jamie Oakes, Internal Communications Advisor

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? Six months. Division: Communications. Tell us about your role: As an internal communications advisor, I like to think of myself as a reporter for the utility. My role is to keep City Light’s workforce engaged and informed by writing and publishing… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Devon Crouch, Strategic Communications Advisor

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? I began at City Light in December 2022. Division: Communications Tell us about your role: I am the communications lead on several cross-matrixed projects across the utility including initiatives such as the Time of Use rate, Service to Bill, and the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Amy Jetson, Senior Public Relations Specialist – Web Lead

The Basics How long have you been at City Light? Just about one year. Division: Communications Tell us about your role: I oversee City Light’s external web presence and manage the content on seattle.gov/city-light. Background Hometown: From Redmond, Wash., and now live in Everett Alma Mater: Washington State University Discipline/Trade of study: My… [ Keep reading ]