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Seattle City (spot)Light: Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher will celebrate his one-year anniversary working for City Light in July. “My official title is senior aquatic ecologist and strategic advisor,” Jeff explained. “My job is a bit of a meld of straight technical fisheries and water quality work with policy support focused on broader Endangered Species Act… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: John LeCompte

John LeCompte has been with City Light for twelve and a half years. After spending nine years providing energy efficiency incentives for commercial and industrial customers, and the next two years working on emerging technologies, John was recently reassigned to the newly-formed Electrification and Strategic Technology Division. “We are focusing… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Gina Baxter

Gina Baxter is a Senior Analyst in City Light’s Financial Planning Unit. She’s lived in the greater Seattle area her entire life, and currently resides in Gig Harbor with her husband. Gina had 13 years of experience in the utility industry prior to joining City Light, and she always wanted… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brian Hempel

Brian Hempel joined Seattle City Light in February 2020—just in time to get acquainted with his office space before the COVID-19 response mandated social distancing and he began to work from home. Born and raised in Southern California, he also lived in Buffalo, New York, before returning to SoCal and… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Bob Ornstein

Bob Ornstein has been with City Light for a year and a half. He serves as a Senior Program Manager in the Customer Care and Energy Solutions business unit. His passion for environmental issues began to take shape while earning a liberal arts degree from Bowdoin College in Maine. He… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Pavle Trifunovic

Pavle Trifunovic will celebrate 14 years at City Light this year. He serves the utility as an overhead crew chief in the Utility Operations & Engineering business unit. “My crew includes five people,” Pavle explained. “Together, we set and transfer poles. We also tend to customer needs and emergency jobs… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Donna Sherrill

Donna Sherrill celebrated 38 years at City Light last month. As part of the Financial Services business unit, Donna works on the general accounting team. “I’m responsible for ensuring that billings for construction projects are generated promptly by the Accounts Receivable Billing team,” Donna explained. “I like to think of… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Paul Nissley

Paul Nissley Joined City Light in February 2019 as a Data Scientist/Strategic Advisor under Aliza Seelig in the Resources Planning, Forecasting, and Analysis group. Born in The Dalles, Ore., Paul and his family moved to Mount Vernon when he was two years old. “We moved for my dad to take… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Judy Blinder

Judy Blinder has been a dedicated Seattle City Light employee since 1993. “My whole time here, I have worked in the Finance Division,” Judy explained. “When I started, we were three organizational units: Budget, Rates, and Financial Requirements and Economic Analysis (FREA). Eventually, Rates and FREA were merged together to… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Nate Burns

Nate Burns has been with City Light for two years as of last July. He is a part of the Finance unit where he runs the business case program. “Projects that cost more than a million dollars have an extensive approval process, including oversight by City Council,” Nate explained. “Project… [ Keep reading ]