Executive Vice President of Power Supply & Generation
Pam Sullivan has been with AMP since 2003 and currently serves as executive vice president of power supply and generation. She previously served as director of marketing and development, vice president of marketing, and senior vice president of marketing and operations. Before joining the organization, she was vice president of marketing for SFT, a consulting engineering firm, where she was responsible for developing and implementing marketing plans and strategies, as well as providing project management services for municipal electric utility transmission/distribution projects. She also served as city electrical engineer for the AMP member community of Napoleon, Ohio. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toledo.
As executive vice president of power supply and generation, Sullivan provides oversight to power supply and marketing services, generation operations and transmission. This includes overseeing the company’s energy trading floor, commodity procurement, power supply planning, transmission planning, regional transmission organization affairs, generation development, as well as marketing AMP’s various power supply projects and programs to its 135 member utilities.
Sullivan also serves as president of AMP Transmission, LLC. AMPT was formed on Aug. 23, 2018, as a wholly-owned, not-for-profit subsidiary of AMP to own, operate and maintain transmission facilities for the benefit of AMP members.