Tracy Burleson Good Works

In 1996, Jeff Angeletti and a team of his colleagues at East Ohio Gas answered the call from a local housing rehabilitation nonprofit by making repairs to the home of an elderly woman. This was one of the first projects of the nonprofit now known as Rebuilding Together and more than 18 years after that first project, Angeletti serves as board president of the group. This is only one example demonstrating the long history and commitment utilities and their employees have to their communities.

domion east ohio volunteers Good Works

Dominion East Ohio employees Ty McBee and Katie Dula joined other employee volunteers in packing meals at the Cleveland Foodbank.

The cover story for the July issue of American Gas magazine, titled “Good Works,” highlights Dominion Resources and Sempra Energy for their dedication and success in corporate social responsibility (CSR). Both companies are listed among North American’s “100 Best Corporate Citizens” by Corporate Responsibility magazine.

As an industry, utilities have set the bar high for CSR and continue their growing commitment to improve these programs. American Gas talked with top CSR practitioners to provide key steps to improve upon CSR and examples from other industries.

CSR plan1 Good WorksTo read the article, click here. To see more from the July issue of the magazine, click here.

Tracy Burleson

About Tracy Burleson

As Communications Director for the American Gas Association, Tracy serves as editor and publisher of American Gas magazine. In addition, she works to increase the visibility of natural gas in the residential market with a focus on opportunities to expand the use of natural gas in new construction. Her other responsibilities include projects to expand AGA’s work in the international energy community. Previously, Tracy served as director of residential programs at the Propane Educations & Research Council for nine years where she planned and executed the annual marketing and communications programs and instituted a formal training program for construction professionals. Tracy started her career as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Masters of Science in Consumer Sciences from the University of Alabama.
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