The Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) has awarded Governor Kay Ivey with the Excellence in Leadership Award for her unwavering commitment and dedication to the state of Alabama.
“Governor Ivey has served and continues to serve our state with honor and integrity,” said Fred Clark, AMEA President & CEO. “Today, we honor her tremendous accomplishments and successes as she continues to lead our great state with steadfastness, perseverance and determination.”
From Rebuild Alabama to the state’s tremendous economic development accomplishments showcasing our strong workforce, to achieving the state’s lowest unemployment rate, to the challenges of the COVID pandemic, Governor Ivey continues to be a trailblazer for our state.
“We thank Governor Ivey for her tireless efforts as she and her team navigate one of the most challenging years in our state’s history,” Clark added. “We are extremely proud of Governor Ivey and feel she is most deserving of the AMEA Excellence in Leadership Award.”
AMEA, a joint action agency formed in 1981 and located in Montgomery, is the wholesale power provider for 11 public power utilities in Alabama, which serve some 350,000 customers.
In the photo (L to R): Lisa Miller, Manager of Communications and Economic Development, AMEA; Mayor Gary Fuller of Opelika, chairman, AMEA Board of Directors; Governor Ivey; Fred Clark, President & CEO, AMEA; and Jonathan Hand, Executive Director, Electric Cities of Alabama.