April 2018, Vol.245, No.4


Kimberly Harris Sees Future Shaped by Customer Needs as AGA Turns 100

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor Kimberly Harris was only 12 years old when she announced to her family that she would become a lawyer. She got that part right, but she never imagined where her career would take her. After graduating law school in Arizona, she started her legal career in West Texas as outside counsel to an electric utility company. By the time she moved to the Seattle, WA, area in 1995, the energy business was in her blood. Harris joined a law firm that represented Puget Sound Power and Light, which merged with Washington Energy the following year in one of the first takeovers of a gas company by a large electric utility. She became the second attorney to join the in-house

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