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Author: Pam Rauch

Pam Rauch
Pamela Rauch serves as vice president of External Affairs and Economic Development for FPL, where she is responsible for all local government relations, community relations and economic development for the company. An experienced attorney, Pam started her career at FPL as a senior attorney, eventually becoming part of that leadership team as Associate General Counsel, managing the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Group. She is actively engaged with the community and serves on numerous boards and committees.

High School Students Show Off Skills at FPL

At FPL, we’re committed to supporting education programs that spark student creativity, interest and involvement in STEM programs. This is one way we’re working with the communities we serve to help make Florida an even better place to work and live. We know STEM programs prepare today’s students for exciting and well-paid jobs in the future – and these are the future employees we look for. That’s why to-date, we’ve sponsored 70 robotics teams across our service area.

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Bringing Energy Efficiency Education to Schools

At FPL, we’re committed to education and enriching Florida students’ experiences. One way we do this is by partnering with The National Theatre for Children (NTC) to bring to elementary schools throughout our service area Captain Wattage – a show about electricity and energy conservation.

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How We Help Senior Citizens and Disabled Adults Stock Up for Storm Season

Hurricane season is here. At FPL, we are ready to respond to hurricanes and severe weather, and we urge our customers to make a plan and prepare, too. We also recognize that this can be a difficult task for homebound senior citizens and disabled adults who often find themselves without adequate food supplies following a storm. That’s why we’ve partnered with organizations such as Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (MOWPB) and Whole Foods Market to help bring homebound senior citizens and disabled adults hurricane food kits containing nonperishable food supplies.

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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 to take part in the largest shoreline cleanup in South Florida.

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