<p>Deborah Pendergrass has served as a community liaison for Georgia Power for many years. </p><p>Prior to becoming one of Georgia Power’s first Energy Efficiency Education Coordinators, she was a Distribution Support Representative with the company. </p><p>In this position, she worked closely with the Georgia Power Metro West Region Management team. As a result, she seamlessly integrated her relationships to serve many teachers and students since Learning Power’s inception. </p><p>“I support the individual needs of educators by providing resources and tools that assist in making what seems like complicated, abstract concepts into tangible, everyday knowledge. My goal is to foster a sense of confidence in students,” says Deborah Pendergrass. </p><p>It’s for this very reason that many know Pendergrass as the Georgia Power Lady.</p><p>“I’m a firm believer that if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life,” says Deborah. Pendergrass knows from experience that Georgia Power can help students with that. Students will not only receive something STEM-related but a broader understanding of what they can do after their school career within Georgia’s workforce. </p><p>Deborah is a graduate of Shorter University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. She serves the Metro West Region which includes Cherokee County, Cobb County and Marietta City Schools.</p><p>Debbie, as her friends call her, is also an amazing cook. She loves trying new recipes with her granddaughter, Journee.</p>
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