Angie Gosman still remembers her first day at Louisville Gas and Electric Company. She arrived at Trimble County Power Plant in 1986 as “data entry operator 1” having just graduated from high school at age 18. No one told her what to wear, so she showed up in her business best – complete with ‘hose and heels. On day two, she traded those in for blue jeans and boots and got to work.
Dozens of middle school and high school girls from the Lackawanna County area descended on Johnson College in Scranton on Thursday, March 22 to learn about career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math from the experts themselves – women in STEM.
PPL’s Chief Information Security Officer discusses being an Army veteran and his decorated father’s legacy.
Phoebe A. Wood, the newest addition to PPL’s diverse Board of Directors, has honed her leadership style during an impressive career spanning more than three decades. She has been successful in many different roles – from financial management to business development.