INTREN has announced that Loretta Rosenmayer, founder and CEO, will become Chairwoman of the Board of INTREN, and Kelly Tomblin, President and Chief Executive Officer at Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd., will become the company’s new CEO, effective July 10, 2017.
“This evolution comes at an extraordinary time for INTREN,” said Rosenmayer. “Our momentum is strong, and our management team and employees have built an exceptional company that is one of the most trusted and respected in the industry. I’m confident Kelly is ideally positioned for her new role to continue our growth.”
Tomblin brings more than 25 years in the energy industry with experience in both competitive- and vertically-integrated markets throughout the United States, U.K. and Latin America. During her tenure at Jamaica Public Service Company, Tomblin was responsible for introducing several groundbreaking initiatives and developments to the organization. She successfully guided the energy company through a profound transformation and united her employees on one vision: “to lead an energy revolution for the growth and prosperity of every Jamaican.” In 2016, Tomblin received the prestigious 2016 Platts Global Energy CEO of the Year award.
“INTREN would not be what it is today without Loretta’s vision, leadership and unwavering commitment to high standards and values,” said Tomblin. “I am honored to lead the INTREN team and continue the progress evolving before me.”