CORE Electric Cooperative names Angie Bedolla as their Local Government and Business Relations Manager

CORE Electric Cooperative (CORE) is pleased to announce the hiring of Angie Bedolla as the Local Government and Business Relations Manager.

As the Local Government and Business Relations Manager, Angie will be responsible for managing and expanding CORE’s relationships with governmental partners and key accounts to ensure alignment and support through expanded programs, economic growth, and changing energy landscape.  She will also support efforts to identify future power needs for commercial and industrial members.

Angie joins CORE after five years at Xcel Energy, where she was an account manager focused on electric sustainability, energy efficiency, electric vehicle initiatives, and demand response programs. Prior to that, she was in corporate economic development at Xcel Energy and was an economic development specialist at Adams County Economic Development.

Angie served as Councilwoman for the City of Thornton, representing Ward 4 in 2020 and 2021, where she initiated and fast-tracked grant programs for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. She also supported redevelopment, business attraction and expansion, and business support services to the existing business community.

“Angie’s background in both the utility and economic development spaces is a tremendous asset to our cooperative,” said Rob Osborn, Director of Business Development at CORE. “Her ability to support stakeholders and key accounts will benefit not only CORE but the regions we serve now and in the future. Bringing talent like Angie to our team expands our ability to be a trusted energy adviser for our members.”

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