COLUMBUS, OH: American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) is pleased to announce that Amber Teitt has been promoted to vice president of debt management and treasury.
In her new role, Teitt will manage all aspects of debt issuance and maintenance, including debt structuring, investor and rating agency relations, monitoring conditions of master trust indentures, overall compliance with regulations and continuing disclosure requirements. She will also oversee the treasury function, ensuring proper controls and best practices.
Teitt joined AMP in 2019 as director of debt management and was promoted to assistant vice president of debt management in 2022. Prior to joining AMP, she served as senior debt analyst for the State of Ohio’s Office of Budget and Management and formerly was the director of debt management for the Maryland State Treasurer’s Office.
“AMP has been fortunate to have someone with Amber’s background in debt management serving the organization,” said Drew Dunagin, senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer. “She is an effective, results-oriented professional with extensive knowledge in the issuance, maintenance and structuring of debt. I have no doubt that her unique skill set will continue to serve AMP and its members well as she takes on this new role.”
Teitt holds a Master of Public Administration from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Roanoke College.