Women In Energy

The Women in Energy series is a joint project between USEA and USAID that was developed out of USEA’s Engendering Utilities Partnership, a program funded by USAID to improve gender policies and gender outcomes at their respective organizations.


Every month we feature a woman who has shown exemplary leadership. We want to showcase your story this month. The women among you come from diverse backgrounds and roles, and they bring with them a unique perspective to gender equality within the energy sector.

Director of Business Transformation, Org Development
Jamaica Public Service Company
Gina Tomlinson-Williams has a BSc. Electronics, MSc. in Computer-based MIS, and is a Certified Organizational Development Professional, 6 Sigma Yellow Belt, and Certified Customer Service, Professional. She has over 15 years of leadership experience in Strategic Planning, Business Process... Read More
President & CEO
Nuclear Energy Institute
President & CEO
Senior Vice President - Northwest Region
Georgia Power Company
Managing Partner
Fresh Energy Consulting
General Manager Operations
Contact Energy, Ltd.
Founder & Principal
Lighthouse Consulting Group, LLC
Chief General Manager
Senior Vice President, Government Relations
Tellurian, Inc.
Chairperson & Eng
Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited
Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Strategy and Business Development
Tetra Tech Inc. Power
President & CEO
American Public Power Association
Managing Director and CEO
Matleng Energy Solutions (Pty) Ltd
Reed Smith LLP
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Planning Officer
Kenya Power and Lighting Company
Head of Human Resources
EVN Macedonia
Acting Executive Director
United States Energy Association
Anderson Stratton International, LLC
Director General Deputy
Electricity Distribution Company (EDCO)

The Energy Utility Partnership Program (EUPP) is supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation (DDI) and implemented by the U.S. Energy Association (USEA). EUPP works around the world to promote energy security, clean energy access, and capacity building to achieve self-reliance. The contents of this webpage are the sole responsibility of USEA and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.