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Southern Company Celebrates Faces of its Front Line

Originally published on Southerncompany.info.

Here at Southern Company, we are proud of our colleagues who work safely and tirelessly to keep the energy flowing for our customers and communities – no matter what. Faces of Our Front Line is a video series featuring employees from across the system and their first-hand stories of how they and their teams are staying resilient, innovative and committed through severe weather season and the COVID-19 pandemic. We are at our best when things are at their worst.

Meet Our Faces of the Front Line

Tina Williams

Department: Customer Service
Years of Service: 37

“This experience has shown what we ALL can accomplish when we work together.” Take it from Tina Williams, a Georgia Power senior customer service analyst, who transitioned over 300 coworkers from onsite to teleworking during the pandemic.

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Aaron Myers

Department: Power Delivery
Years of Service: 27

Meet Aaron Myers, local area manager. During a series of tornadoes in April, Aaron’s home was hit and damaged—but that did not stop his commitment to our customers and communities.

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