Electrify America Expands Roles of Two Executive Leaders

Anthony Lambkin named Vice President of Operations; Emily Durham named Vice President of Legal & Government Affairs

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Electrify America announced expanded roles for two executive leaders with Anthony Lambkin named Vice President of Operations and Emily Durham becoming Vice President of Legal & Government Affairs, effective immediately. 

“We are pleased to recognize the significant contributions that Anthony and Emily have made to Electrify America’s fast-paced growth trajectory,” said Giovanni Palazzo, president and CEO, Electrify America. “Advancing their positions within the organization demonstrates our confidence in their leadership as we continue our evolution toward the goal of a zero-emission future.”

In his new role, Lambkin will oversee all operational aspects of the Electrify America and Electrify Canada networks including the full life cycle of site acquisition, development and construction, real estate portfolio management, network operations, supply chain and the customer contact center. Lambkin joined Electrify America in 2017, holding various positions in the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Operations department with his most recent position of senior director of operations.

Prior to joining Electrify America, Lambkin managed electric vehicle infrastructure investments for Nissan North America and the multinational deployment of clean energy infrastructure investments at The World Bank.

Since joining Electrify America in 2017, Durham’s responsibilities have evolved from Director & Corporate Counsel to her new role. As Vice President Legal & Government Affairs, she now oversees the legal and government affairs initiatives in the United States and Canada. Durham’s responsibilities will include legal operations, corporate governance, and government and policy engagement, while also advising the executive team on major legal and regulatory risks impacting the company and advancing long-term company objectives.

With more than 16 years of legal leadership experience, Durham previously served as vice president & assistant general counsel for Berkshire Group, directing insurance and risk management, and advising on corporate, real estate and commercial business matters.