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SEEL has been named among the 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned and Led Companies for 2023. The annual ranking, which has been running for 16 years, is released by the Women Presidents Organization (WPO) and JP Morgan Chase Commercial Banking. This year's honorees were announced at the WPO Entrepreneurial Excellence Forum in Las Vegas on May 11, 2023.

The ranking recognizes the fastest-growing businesses led by women in the United States. Companies are chosen based on their annual revenues for the past 5 years with a minimum of $500,000 per year. The honorees must also be privately held and women-owned/led.

From January to December 2022, the companies making the list generated a total of $9.4 billion in revenue and employed almost 20,000 people. SEEL, a leading implementation contractor designing and managing energy programs for major utilities throughout the nation, was recognized for its contributions ranking #20 out of 50 honorees.

SEEL is committed to energy equity, ensuring that all individuals and communities have access to affordable and reliable energy services by educating the public about energy waste reduction, renewable and clean energy practices that reduce energy use and carbon emissions. SEEL has been a pioneer in the energy efficiency industry, developing new applications and processes that help to reduce emissions while maintaining efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

“We are honored to be named among the fastest growing women-owned and led companies for 2023,” said SEEL President and WPO award recipient Dr. E’Lois Thomas. “SEEL continually works to empower our female employees in the male-dominated Energy Efficiency industry. This award is a wonderful reminder of the fruits of our labor.”

SEEL looks forward to continuing its work with its clients, providing energy-efficient and sustainable solutions as well as being a champion for women in the energy-efficiency industry, creating a more holistically sustainable future for all.

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View the video to learn how SEEL is working to support returning citizens in becoming productive members of the energy efficiency workforce.

April is known as Second Chance Month, a time to focus on supporting those who have been previously incarcerated to re-enter society and become productive members of their communities. According to the National Institute of Justice, over 600,000 individuals are released from prison each year in the United States, and many of them face significant challenges when it comes to finding employment.

At SEEL we work to address this issue, uniting returning citizens seeking employment with hiring organizations. In doing so, we aim to advocate, promote, and support greater diversity within the local energy efficiency workforce.

Our impact can be seen in our many successful program participants, thanks to our partnership with Ameren Illinois and the Peoria Adult Transition Center of the Illinois Department of Corrections. We encourage you to watch our video and see all we’ve been able to accomplish throughout this program.

As we observe Second Chance Month, it’s important to recognize what we can do as individuals and as a community to uplift and support returning citizens. By investing in these individuals and providing them with the resources they need to succeed, we can help break the cycle of incarceration and create a more just and equitable society for all.

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Updated: May 31, 2022

SEEL, LLC Announces Expanded Leadership Team
(L to R) Tiffany Curry, Scott Alan Davis, E'Lois Thomas, Ph.D., Charles Newborn, Patrice Suggs and Paul Camilleri

Following continued growth and the appointment of Dr. E’Lois Thomas as the new president, SEEL, LLC expands its leadership team by naming a new VP of Operations, VP of Inclusion and Economic Development and VP of Diversity Initiatives and Community Engagement, to join her appointments of VP of Finance and VP of Compliance

SEEL, LLC, a leading nationally recognized MBE certified provider of energy program implementation services for major utilities across the U.S., announced an expansion of its executive leadership team:

  • Tiffany Curry, Vice President of Diversity Initiatives and Community Engagement

  • Scott Alan Davis, Vice President of Inclusion and Economic Development

  • Charles Newborn, Vice President of Operations

  • Patrice Suggs, Vice President of Compliance

  • Paul Camilleri, Vice President of Finance

Demonstrating the company’s strong position on diversity and inclusion, this new team will help to manage a high growth stage for SEEL, as well as implementation of the company’s expanded services into workforce development, weatherization, energy resiliency, renewable and clean energy programs.

SEEL has also amplified its voice in the industry by presenting on conference stages around the country and hosting seminars as part of its SEEL Webinar series. Sharing its specialized knowledge and expertise about energy equity and access, diversity and inclusion, SEEL embraces the challenge of including income qualified communities in the journey to carbon neutrality.

“Our talented new leadership team has vast knowledge and experience that will help guide SEEL through its next stage of growth,” said E’Lois Thomas, Ph.D., president of SEEL, LLC. “As we work together to build the nation’s number one energy program implementation company, we are all invested in the mission of inclusion and community awareness of the goals and objectives of the energy industry to combat climate change and protect the planet.”

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