Georgia Transmission Corp. recently named Angela Y. Farsee as vice president of human resources. Following the announcement, the board of directors also approved her as an officer of the corporation.
Farsee has more than 30 years of experience in human resources, primarily in the finance and utility industries. She came to Georgia Transmission in 1998 and has held the positions of senior human resources generalist, program manager and director.
“Serving the corporation through my various human resources roles has been a highly rewarding experience for me and a highlight of my career,” said Farsee. “I look forward to continuing to serve Georgia Transmission as the electric utility landscape continues to evolve.”
Throughout her career, Farsee has been an active member of numerous organizations such as United Way and the Society for Human Resources Management. She currently serves on the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Workforce Advisory Group, is a member of the executive committee for the Georgia Energy and Industrial Construction Consortium and previously served as president for the Generation & Transmission Human Resources Association. Farsee also recently graduated from the Leadership DeKalb program.
“The role of HR management has grown beyond people, pay and benefits to include key contributions in areas such as regulatory compliance, infrastructure protection and fleet management,” said Jerry Donovan, president/CEO, Georgia Transmission Corporation. “Angie provides great leadership for the organization and is pivotal in helping us build our future workforce. Her importance to the corporation is reflected in her new position and appointment as an officer.”