Two North Texas women join Sustainable Energy Advisory Board


Recent research suggested that having women on corporate boards increases profits and sustainability. Coincidentally, two prominent North Texas women have been appointed to Energy Future Holdings’ Sustainable Energy Advisory Board.

Mabrie Jackson, president and CEO of the North Texas Commission, and Heather Reynolds, president and CEO at Catholic Charities Fort Worth, join the board to provide input on the company’s policies and practices. Jackson represents economic development interests on the SEAB and Reynolds represents residential customers.

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Mabrie Jackson

Mabrie Jackson

Heather Reynolds

Heather Reynolds

 

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