Lubbock Power and Light Hires Todd Kimbrough as General Counsel
Lubbock Power and Light has hired new general counsel.
On Tuesday, the utility announced the hiring of Todd Kimbrough for the position of general counsel.
Kimbrough is a business graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and he received a Master of Economics degree from Texas A&M University. He completed a Juris Doctor degree from the Washington University School of Law.
Before joining LP&L, Kimbrough worked as a senior economist for the Public Utility Commission and as a Government Affairs Manager for Green Mountain Energy Company in Austin, Texas.
Most recently, Kimbrough served as interim general counsel for Brighton & Woodchurch of San Antonio, where he specialized in government compliance and contract negotiation.
“Mr. Kimbrough’s professional and academic experience brings a unique set of capabilities to LP&L,” said Gail Kring, Electric Utility Board Chairman. “Building a strong leadership team is essential to tackling the challenges ahead and Mr. Kimbrough is supremely qualified to be a leader in our organization.”
The utility says that Kimbrough will play a key role in implementing their plans of securing a long-term source of reliable wholesale power beyond the 2019 expiration of their current purchase power agreement.
Kimbrough will officially begin in the position on Thursday, September 19th.