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Pam Rauch

Pam Rauch

Pamela Rauch serves as vice president of development and external affairs for FPL and oversees local government relations, community relations, economic development, and development of new power generation. An experienced attorney, Pam started her career at FPL as an associate general counsel. She is actively engaged with the community and serves on numerous boards and committees, including the Florida Chamber Foundation, Palm Beach Zoo, Leadership Florida and the Economic Council of Palm Beach County.

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Surprise of a Lifetime

For the second year in a row, FPL awarded a $20,000 robotics scholarship to a deserving high school senior. This year’s winner was 17-year-old Titusville High School student Morgan Benson, who was surprised with the news of her win at school on May 22. Morgan will be attending John Hopkins University in Baltimore where she […]

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The Power to Clean Up Biscayne Bay

For the last several years, we have supported Baynanza, an environmental cleanup event that enlists volunteers from a number of locations all across Miami-Dade County to clean up debris and garbage from Biscayne Bay shorelines. On Saturday, April 22, more than 145 of our volunteers including employees, family and friends, gathered at Matheson Hammock Park […]

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Power to Care: Making a Difference in Our Communities

At FPL, we’re working with the communities we serve to make Florida an even better place to work and raise a family. Our Dollars for Doers program allows us to recognize, support and encourage the valuable contributions of our employees’ volunteer efforts. The program rewards qualifying nonprofit organizations for the volunteer work of our employees […]

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2014 Power to Care Makes A Difference Across the State

There’s nothing like helping someone else. Studies show that the more people volunteer, the happier they are. It connects you to others, it’s good for your mind and body, it’s fun! This past week, more than 1,300 NextEra Energy employees and their families in Florida were able to get out and do something nice for our […]

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