Santee Cooper board promotes Crosby, Williams

  • Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Michael Crosby

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The Santee Cooper Board of Directors approved the promotion of two officers at its board meeting last week.

Pamela Williams will become senior vice president of corporate services, replacing R.M. Singletary after his April 30 retirement. Michael Crosby will take on a new position, senior vice president of nuclear energy.

Williams, Santee Cooper’s current vice president of administration, joined Santee Cooper in 2001 as associate general counsel for corporate affairs. In 2006, she took on the additional duties of corporate secretary. She moved to vice president of administration in 2011. Prior to her career at Santee Cooper, Williams was corporate counsel for Clorox and an associate attorney for Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon.

Williams has a bachelor of science in economics from the College of Charleston and a juris doctor from the University of Virginia. She is married and has two children.

Crosby, currently Santee Cooper’s vice president of nuclear operations and construction, came to Santee Cooper in 1985 as an assistant engineer in Generation. Over the next decade he moved up to associate, general and principal engineer.

In 1995, Crosby became supervisor of electrical maintenance at Cross Generating Station. In 1999, he moved to superintendent of maintenance at Winyah Generating Station, and in 2007 he became manager of station construction. In 2011, Crosby was promoted to his current position.

Crosby has a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of South Carolina and a master of business administration from The Citadel. He is married and has two children.

“Pamela and Michael bring much experience and demonstrated success to their new positions, and Santee Cooper will certainly benefit from their continued leadership in these new roles,” said Lonnie Carter, Santee Cooper president and CEO.

Santee Cooper is South Carolina’s largest power producer, the largest Green Power generator and the ultimate source of electricity for 2 million people across the state. Visit www.santeecooper.com.

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