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Rozsa named to magazine’s All America Executive Team

by on November 28, 2016
Bette Jo Rozsa

For the first time ever, an AEP employee was named on Institutional Investor magazine’s 2017 All America Executive Team. The prestigious annual ranking recognizes the nation’s top corporate leaders as judged by investment professionals.

Bette Jo Rozsa, AEP managing director, Investor Relations, was named to the Executive Team, ranking third overall and second by the Sell Side as “Best Investor Relations Professional in Electric Utilities.” Jeff Kotkin from Eversource (Northeast Utilities) ranked first in the category and Scott Cunningham from Edison ranked second. In addition, AEP finished third overall in the “Most Honored Companies for Electric Utilities” category. NextEra finished first and Eversource finished 2nd.

“I want to congratulate Bette Jo on receiving this honor from the investment community. This is the first time anyone from AEP has ever been named in the rankings,” said Nick Akins, AEP chairman, president and chief executive officer. “Bette Jo’s recognition is a reflection of the work of our entire finance organization and many others to position AEP as the premier regulated energy company in the country.”

“Bette Jo and her team have done a phenomenal job sharing the AEP story with investors, managing their expectations and equipping our entire executive team with the strategic messaging we need to deliver to The Street,” added Brian Tierney, AEP executive vice president and chief financial officer. “Her leadership, counsel and professionalism have long been valued at AEP, and I’m thrilled that she is receiving this well-deserved recognition for all of the work she does to manage our corporate reputation and ensure that our corporate strategy and execution are well understood.”

Institutional Investor received unprecedented investor feedback in the Electric Utilities sector – 138 investors voted this year, up from 67 last year.

From → News From AEP

3 Comments
  1. Yeah, my friend, Bette Jo.

  2. jrj003 permalink

    A well deserved honor, Bette Jo.

  3. Congratulations, Bette Jo! Well deserved.

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