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GEM Executive Speaker Series: Networking Breakfast and Presentation


The Changing Utility Landscape

Presented by Alice Jackson

Regional VP, Rates & Regulatory Affairs, Xcel Energy (PSCo)

Thursday, November 12, 2015
7:30 - 7:45 am: Registration and light continental breakfast
7:45 - 8:45 am: Presentation

CU Denver Business School
Room 3100
1475 Lawrence St.
Denver, CO 80202

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Alice Jackson joined the Xcel Energy PSCo team as the Regional Vice President, Rates and Regulatory Affairs in November 2013 where she oversees the regulatory aspects of Public Service Company of Colorado. Prior to her acceptance of the position with PSCo, Alice held the lead regulatory position with Southwestern Public Service Company (SPS) in Amarillo, TX.

Alice graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Management Information Systems. Since graduation, Ms. Jackson began working for a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) following a brief stint with Enron. After spending two years in Oxy’s information technology department, Alice held positions of increasing responsibility on Occidental’s energy management team. As of May 2011 Alice joined Xcel Energy. Throughout her career, Alice has been deeply involved in the electric markets including direct participation in stakeholder committees, regulatory rate cases, state legislation and Commission initiatives particularly in Texas, New Mexico, New York, at FERC and now in Colorado.

On a personal note, Alice is the mother of four boys and is actively engaged in various community activities.


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