Kelly Tomblin


Ms. Kelly Tomblin has worked for more than twenty years in the energy industry in both competitive and vertically integrated markets throughout the United States, in the U.K. and in Latin America. She has experience in the generation, transmission and distribution businesses as well as renewable development, and energy services and sales. She has worked in all areas in the industry, including legal, customer service, regulatory, plant and field operations, and organizational transformation. Ms. Tomblin was President & Chief Executive Officer of Jamaica Public Service Company from 2012-2017. In 2017 she assumed the role of CEO of Illinois-based Intren, one of the country’s leading utility contractor companies. Prior to JPS and Intren, she served as Vice President for GDF SUEZ/International Power, one of the world’s largest energy companies and President of Pennsylvania Electric Company, a part of FirstEnergy, one of the largest utilities in the US. Ms. Tomblin has an MBA from the New York University, a Doctorate in Law and a Journalism Degree with a Major in Business Public Relations from West Virginia University. As CEO of JPS, Ms. Tomblin’s priorities are to help rebuild the utility’s relationship with stakeholders, improve customer service, and overall efficiency of the Company’s operations. Historically, her trademark is organizational rebuilding, rebranding and repositioning. Ms. Tomblin was a recipient of the Platt’s 2016 Global CEO of the Year Award.