For the last 30 years, Ronnie Town has been representing Atlantic City Electric within the community, both inside and outside the building. She began her career working in the Customer Service department, where she worked closely with teams across the entire company including claims, dispatch and operations. Since 1998, she has been part of the Government Affairs team, the group that spends its days working in the communities the company serves. “I spend most of my time in and around Cape May County, working with many of the local organizations and representing the company at community and fundraising events, and chamber of commerce meetings. Most of my work revolves around helping to resolve customer issues and educating customers about and promoting company initiatives.”
She is involved with many organizations and fundraising events throughout the year including the United Way, the American Red Cross and the ALS Association. She currently serves on the Boards of Southern Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross, Cape May County Chamber of Commerce and the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce.
“Another one of my main objectives is to work closely with the Offices of Emergency Management to help build relationships with them and to improve lines of communications so we can act quickly and safely in times of emergency. My involvement and history with the Red Cross ties in very well during a crisis, especially when communication and supporting our community is so important."
Ronnie’s passion for and dedication to southern New Jersey has been acknowledged many times, including being named the 2012 Ocean City Chamber of Commerce Working Woman of the Year and the receiving the 2012 Boy Scouts Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award.
Pictured above: Ronnie (center) with two other volunteer walkers at the 2013 ALS Walk.