Key Personnel

Board of Directors

Larry Dingle, Chairman
Partner // Wilson, Brock & Irby

Mark Dingmann, Treasurer
VP Finance // Turner Broadcasting

Jeffrey R. Foote
Director Sustainability // The Coca Cola Company

Patrice Greer, Secretary
President // Creative Concourse Concepts

Cheryl Harris
Director HR Partner // Unum US

David Pinson
VP Multifamily Housing & Healthcare Finance // Oppenheimer

Staff

Lila A. Blake, Executive Director
lila@southeastenergy.org

Darren Maguire, Operations Director
darren@southeastenergy.org

Lawrence Washington, Finance Director
lawrence@southeastenergy.org

Glenda Puckett,Finance Assistant
glenda@southeastenergy.org

Ulandra Miller , Payment Assistance Specialist
ulandra@southeastenergy.org

Board of Directors pictured left to right: Jeff Foote, Mark Dingmann,
Larry Dingle, Patrice Greer (not pictured, Cheryl Harris, David Pinson

Southeast Energy Assistance Board of Directors

Weatherization CrewsEPA Lead Safe Certified Logo

Weatherization work at SEA is conducted by
our own employees, all of whom have extensive
training provided by the State of Georgia,
Georgia Environmental Finance Authority, and
have undergone a thorough background check.
Crew Leaders are all certified by the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) in Lead Safe Work Practices
and all crew are certified by the Building Performance
Institute (BPI).

Registered with the Georgia Secretary of State
Residential/General Contractor
Residential Light Qualifying Agent
RLQA003120

Our Mission

The mission of Southeast Energy Assistance (SEA) is to provide direct assistance to improve the living and housing conditions of low-income families through conservation programs.

“During my term as Mayor of the City of Atlanta, [SEA] delivered one of the most effective City-sponsored programs for low-income citizens, particularly the elderly...I continue to be a strong supporter of SEA’s work.” - Andrew Young

SEA's programs are intended for people living at the poverty level. Priority is given to the elderly and handicapped and statistically, of those served, 80% are female heads of household, 86% are elderly and 95% are minorities. SEA has a history of service to Atlanta's low-income community since 1978.

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