Duquesne Light Company Engineer Selected for Leadership Cohort

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November 17, 2021

An engineer from Duquesne Light Company (DLC) was selected in the inaugural cohort of The Advanced Leadership Institute's (TALI) Emerging Leaders Program.

Deo Alexander, who is a distribution supervisor at DLC, is a proven leader at the electric utility. He is chairman of DLC's employee resource group, BRIDGE, which focuses on professional and network opportunities for Black employees.

TALI, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit, aims to drive "more diverse, inclusive, and prosperous professional communities" around the region.

The organization seeks to provide a network that is "committed to driving meaningful representation of Black executives and professionals in corporate and community leadership roles," according to its website.

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Duquesne Light Company (DLC) is committed to more than keeping the lights on; we power the moments in our customers’ lives. As a next-generation energy company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, DLC’s 1,700-plus employees are dedicated to providing safe, reliable, resilient and affordable power to more than 600,000 customers across southwestern Pennsylvania, including the city of Pittsburgh. To learn more, visit DuquesneLight.com.

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