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Opportunities at NYPA Continue to Expand What’s more, much of NYPA’s energy is generated by its own motivated and diverse work force.


Did you know that the New York Power Authority has done more than half-a-billion dollars in business with minority- and women-owned enterprises?


Working with men and women of varied cultures and backgrounds gives us new ideas and perspectives that can improve the way we accomplish our goal of providing reliable, low-cost electricity and clean energy services throughout New York State.


Meet Brian Warner NYPA’s Director of Policy Analysis and External Communications I


n 1986, when Warner worked as a news anchor for a Peekskill


radio station, it was the proverbial tap on the shoulder that launched his career at NYPA. “I was covering a Westchester County emergency planning drill when the head of NYPA’s public affairs department came up and said, ‘We should talk,’” he recalls.


Transitioning from broadcasting to public affairs, Warner’s radio background stood him in good stead as he prepared newsline feeds for local television and radio stations and a weekly audio “magazine” to help NYPA executives keep up with industry news. As the technology evolved, he segued naturally into the world of video.


In 1997, Warner was promoted to senior policy specialist and eventually to his current posi- tion as director. He is now responsible for promoting NYPA’s renewable energy ini- tiatives to state officials and for keeping management apprised of potential new legislation that could impact NYPA operations.


Lecturing to students at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs about “positive public


policy,” Warner referenced his NYPA career. “I have been lucky to work for an organization whose mission I can believe in,” says Warner. “It’s been a pleasure working to help NYPA tell its story.”


We welcome inquiries from any individual looking to advance his or her career, or minority- and/or woman-owned business. To learn more, including a list of our latest job openings and/or business opportunities for your firm, visit: www.nypa.gov.


Michael J. Townsend Chairman


Richard M. Kessel President and CEO


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