Vice President of Business Operations, Alvin W. Vogtle Electric Generating Plant, Units 3 & 4
Aaron Abramovitz serves as Southern Nuclear’ s Vogtle 3&4 Vice President of Business Operations. Named to the position in June 2018, he leads Southern Nuclear’s Project Controls, Risk Management, Budgeting and Reporting, and Commercial Analysis & Controls for Vogtle 3&4. In this role, he works closely with Southern Nuclear’s Vogtle 3&4 project leadership team, Georgia Power Nuclear Development, and the project’s co-owners to ensure communication for the project meets the needs of all stakeholders.
Prior to his current position, Aaron was the Director of Investor Relations for Southern Company where he was responsible for Southern Company’s communications and relationships with the investment community. In this role, he ensured that Southern Company’s value proposition was well-represented in the financial markets; while fostering effective two-way communications between the investment community and the Company’s leadership related to the Company’s financial performance, strategic efforts, as well as both the Kemper and Vogtle Projects. In addition, Aaron provided leadership in building and improving Southern Company’s shareholder outreach efforts as Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) and Sustainability had increasingly becoming an area of focus for the investment community and all Southern Company’s stakeholders.
From 2008 through 2017, Aaron served in several financial leadership roles of increasing responsibility for Mississippi Power’s Kemper Project, eventually serving as the Financial Director for the project with responsibilities for governance, reporting, regulatory support, as well as executive and Board of Directors communications.
Aaron began his career with the Finance department of Southern Company Services in 2002, supporting Financial Strategy and Decision Support. He held a series of financial analyst positions in Financial Planning, Financial Analysis, Regulatory Support and Competitive Intelligence. Aaron also served as Coordinator for Georgia Power’s Forestry and Right of Way department.
Aaron earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with majors in Finance and Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia. He and his wife, Courtney, reside in Atlanta.