As The Energy Authority’s vice president of risk control and chief risk officer, Malinda Prudencio is responsible for monitoring all commercial business risk and managing the Credit and Risk Control, Compliance, Analytics, and Power Supply Planning Departments. She and her team oversee the administration of TEA’s compliance procedures and perform ongoing maintenance of TEA’s Risk Management Policy.
Malinda is a principal for The Energy Authority, under the registration of a Commodity Trading Advisor with the National Futures Association, and is a board member of the Committee of Chief Risk Officers. Malinda has been featured as an industry speaker on risk control best practices, enterprise risk management, and has spoken on several Women in Energy forums. In 2011, she received an award as one of the top 40 rising stars of public power.
Ms. Prudencio originally joined TEA’s front office in 1998. In 2001, she transitioned to the credit and risk management teams where she progressed through a variety of middle office positions. She helped develop the first regulatory compliance program at TEA and continues to play an integral role in the implementation of strategies and policy to monitor market, credit, and operational risk for TEA and its clients.
Malinda is actively engaged in her local community, serving on The Health Facilities Authority of the City of Jacksonville, FL, the Board of Directors of Community First Credit Union of Florida, and the Executive Board of the University of North Florida Alumni Association.
Malinda earned a master of business administration from the University of North Florida and a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Florida.
October 25, 2018
4:15 - 5:15
General Session: Rethinking the Way Utilities do Business: The Path to Business Transformation through Digitalization
Data is quickly becoming one of the most valuable assets for a utility. In a rapidly changing environment, utilities must adopt a digital perspective to tackle new challenges: competition from market disruptors, changing weather patterns, and new regulatory obligations. In this panel, hear from utility leaders on how they are using data and analytics to … Continued