Vice President, Energy Resource Management , Arizona Public Service
Tammy McLeod is vice president of resource management for Arizona Public Service Company (APS). Based in Phoenix, APS is Arizona’s largest electric company and serves nearly 1.2 million customers across the state.
McLeod is responsible for APS’s marketing and trading operations, as well as the company’s energy resource planning and procurement, and the construction, operations and maintenance of utility-scale solar.
McLeod joined APS in 1995, and previously served as vice president and chief customer officer, and as general manager of Southern Arizona Operations. McLeod has also worked in a variety of marketing and strategic leadership roles within the software industry including Educational Management Group and Jostens Learning Corporation. She began her career as a project manager for Whitbread & Co. P.L.C. in London, England.
Active in the Arizona community, McLeod sits on the boards of the Desert Botanical Garden, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Local First Arizona Foundation and Expect More Arizona.
McLeod earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Colorado, and her Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.