As all of us work from home during the COVID crisis, it is critically important to keep power on to provide reliable interconnectivity to the essential businesses serving the front lines. PSE has placed a high priority in ensuring that the region is well equipped to fulfill the essential service they provide to the region.
Mary Kipp, CEO of Puget Sound Energy has spent her career in executive leadership roles at El Paso Electric since 2007. Most recently as CEO of EPE since 2014. Help us welcome Mary to the Bellevue and Eastside region.
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President and CEO
Mary E. Kipp was named president of PSE in August 2019 and CEO in January 2020. Under her direction, PSE is leading the way to a clean energy future in partnership with its customers and the communities it serves.
Mary joined PSE from El Paso Electric (EPE), where she served as chief executive officer since 2015 and president since 2014. Under her leadership, EPE—also a 100-year-plus company with a deeply-rooted community history—evolved to serve a diverse customer base spread across a mountain west region and growing border communities. With EPE since 2007, Mary held a variety of leadership roles throughout the company, including General Counsel, regulatory and rates, risk management, human resources, external affairs, customer care, environmental and safety.
Prior to EPE, Mary was a prosecuting attorney for FERC for four years, investigating and prosecuting violations of federal energy laws. Mary also worked as a lawyer at El Paso Natural Gas Company and at Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
Mary serves as chair of SEPA (Smart Electric Power Alliance). She is also past deputy chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; past chair of the Borderplex Alliance; and past executive committee member of the Texas Business Leadership Council.