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Staff Writer | Atlanta, Ga., USA | Thursday January 3, 2019 6:03AM ET
Southern CompanySouthern Company, an energy company, announced changes to the company's management.
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Beth Reese will become executive vice president of Southern Company Services (SCS) Shared Services.

Ms. Reese will have responsibilities for SCS and Operations Budget and Reporting, SCS Facilities and Fleet Services, and System Air.

She also will serve on both the Operations Management Council and the Accounting, Finance and Treasury (AFT) Management Council.

Ms. Reese served as Southern Company Gas' executive vice president and chief financial officer since 2015.

She previously served as senior vice president of Southern Company Gas and president of Nicor Gas in Illinois, controller and vice president over several of the company's functional areas, including operational planning and analysis, business innovation, customer service and finance.

Prior to joining Southern Company Gas in 2000, she was a senior manager for Deloitte LLP.

Ms. Reese received her bachelor's degree from St. Andrews Presbyterian College and her master's degree in accounting from University of Georgia.

Dan Tucker will succeed Ms. Reese as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Southern Company Gas.

Mr. Tucker most recently served as senior vice president of finance and treasurer for Southern Company.

Mr. Tucker has been with Southern Company for more than 20 years in various roles within the finance organization, including investor relations, financial planning and accounting.

In 2012, he was named vice president of investor relations and financial planning.

Mr. Tucker earned a bachelor's degree from Kennesaw State University with a double major in accounting and finance.

Robin Boren will succeed Mr. Tucker as senior vice president of finance and treasurer for Southern Company.

Ms. Boren has served as chief financial officer and treasurer for Gulf Power since October 2017 after serving as president of Pivotal Home Solutions since 2012.

Ms. Boren joined then-AGL Resources in 2009 as assistant treasurer.

Prior to joining AGL, she served as director of capital markets origination for SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Inc.

Ms. Boren earned her MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and received a bachelor's degree in Accounting and Business Administration from Presbyterian College.

 

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