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Southern Company’s Lunch Table Series Highlights Cultural Issues

Southern Company’s Lunch Table Series podcast is an unscripted dialogue series to discuss subjects that highlight and bring attention to important cultural matters at Southern Company. Guests from across the system join Executive Vice President and President of External Affairs, Chris Womack, at the table for a place to have free-flowing and candid conversations.

In March, the Lunch Table Series discussed Women’s History Month. In February, they did a two-part series on Black History Month.

Listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Southern Company’s site.

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