Meredith Hodges named one of Georgia’s ‘Most Powerful & Influential Women’

Gas South is thrilled to announce that Meredith Hodges, our vice president of external affairs and human resources, was honored by the Georgia Diversity Council as one of the most powerful and influential women in Georgia. Meredith received the prestigious award on Sept. 27 at the 4th Annual Georgia Leadership Conference.

The awards are intended for businesswomen who have made a difference through their achievements and exemplify the ability to excel in their fields, and Meredith certainly fits the bill. Her 20 years of experience in the utility industry make her a vital resource at Gas South and a true leader.

At Gas South, Meredith is really a Jill of all trades – she oversees human resources, legislative and regulatory affairs, public relations, and community involvement. I commonly and affectionately call Meredith our “Chief People Officer”, because she makes Gas South a great place to work and a great company to do business with. She has spearheaded many community service initiatives over the years, and stays involved in the community through her volunteer efforts with local organizations such as the Woodruff Arts Center, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, United Way, Junior Achievement, and others.

We’re extremely proud, go Meredith!

Author: Kevin Greiner

Kevin Greiner is the President and CEO of Gas South and has over 15 years of experience in the energy industry, including prior management roles with Southern Company. He has served as Gas South’s CEO since its formation in 2006. Kevin’s dedication to the local community has also seen him take on a number of non-profit board leadership roles. He serves on the board of the United Way of Greater Atlanta and chaired the 2012-13 Workplace Campaign, which brought in over $77 million in community investment. At the Georgia Chamber, Kevin serves on the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors. He currently serves as Chairman for the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, Georgia's leading education policy and advocacy organization. He also serves on the board of ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions and the YMCA of Metro Atlanta. Kevin holds a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s of science in natural resource policy from the University of Michigan. He earned his bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University.

2 thoughts on “Meredith Hodges named one of Georgia’s ‘Most Powerful & Influential Women’”

  1. Please help, I made a horrible mistake and had the bank send a check for the wrong amount of my bill. The check was made out for $34058.00 instead of $34.58 the amount of my bill. Gas south tried to cash the check and it bounced. My address is 2584 N. Arbor Trail Marietta, GA 30066. My phone number is 770-653-0705. I have been a Gas South customer for 9 years, and payments have been on time. Would you consider refunding me the 30 dollars that was charged to my bank for insufficient funds? Please contact me if you have further questions. Thank you for your attention.

    1. Hi George – I spoke with the Customer Care Team and they let me know that this was taken care of. Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

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