PAHRUMP – Valley Electric Association, Inc. (VEA), a member-owned electric cooperative based in Pahrump, announced the return of Rebecca Oscarson as the organization’s key accounts coordinator.
As key accounts coordinator, Oscarson serves as the primary contact between VEA and various accounts, individuals and organizations that have a significant impact on the cooperative and the communities it serves. This includes providing support to accounts during power outages, assisting with the organization of VEA’s district and annual meetings, and a variety of other responsibilities. She also works with local and state economic development personnel to cultivate new opportunities for VEA’s accounts.
“VEA is committed to providing its member-owners with a dedicated team of talented professionals,” said Chris Brooks, VEA’s executive vice president of energy services. “Rebecca has played a key role in VEA’s success over the years, and we look forward to working alongside her to provide the highest quality of service to accounts across our cooperative’s service territory.”
Oscarson previously held this position with VEA from November 2006 until March 2014. Her prior experience includes working as a strategic account manager for ConSol. She has served as a business development supervisor with Northern Pipeline Construction, a sales supervisor for Southwest Gas Corporation, and at Utilities Inc., as vice president of operations for Nevada and Arizona.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to continue my work with VEA’s key accounts, and I take pride in serving a wide range of businesses and other organizations that bring tremendous value to our communities,” Oscarson said.
About Valley Electric Association, Inc.
Valley Electric Association, Inc. (VEA) is a member-owned nonprofit electric utility headquartered in Pahrump, Nevada. While VEA started as a small rural electric utility in 1965, the company now provides service to more than 45,000 people within a vast 6,800-square-mile service area located primarily along the California-Nevada border, with the majority in Nevada. VEA’s service area starts in Sandy Valley, southwest of Las Vegas, and extends north for more than 250 miles to Fish Lake Valley. For more information about VEA, please visit www.vea.coop.