Pacific Gas and Electric Company, is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric energy companies in the United States. PG&E is dedicated to working with small and minority-owned businesses. Tiffany Rodriguez, Manager of Supply Chain Responsibility at PG&E joins our LiveTALK Webinar to discuss how to do enterprises can do business with PG&E.
This live webinar will be hosted on Zoom, and pre-registration is required to attend. Join us for an interactive session where you can have your questions about doing business with PG&E answered.
Corporate Relations Executive
As Corporate Relations Executive at USPAACC, Karin is responsible for relationship management and leading efforts to develop and engage corporate and other organization partners. Previously USPAACC's Program Manager, Assistant General Manager at Universal Studios, and Guest Experience Services Manager at the Walt Disney Company, Karin has a track record of 12+ years of experience in leadership, cross collaboration, Guest service/hospitality, project management and business operations.
Manager of Supply Chain Responsibility
Tiffany Rodriguez is a Manager of Supply Chain Responsibility at PG&E. She has worked in the utility industry for 20 years and has held positions in customer service, renewable energy, sourcing, and supplier diversity. Presently, she manages a team focused on PG&E’s Supply Chain Environmental Sustainability, Ethical Sourcing, and Supplier Diversity program enablement.
Her team works to reduce environmental footprint via product and service strategies, drive supplier environmental sustainability improvements, engage suppliers to maintain conformance to PG&E's supplier code of conduct, and support supplier diversity efforts. She led the creation of an innovative supplier training on greenhouse gas emissions accounting.
Tiffany received her undergraduate degree in Global Leadership and Management and her MBA focused in Supply Chain, both from Arizona State University. Also, she holds certificates as Certified Professional in Supply Management and Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity from the Institute of Supply Management among other professional certifications.
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