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JEA employees are our strongest connection to the communities we service and are committed to making a difference through volunteerism.
Our employees volunteer throughout the year with various organizations to help improve the quality of life for our customers. JEA employees volunteer thousands of hours to help build homes, clean-up along the river, serve meals to those in need, even read stories to children.
Spotlighting Our Employee Volunteers
Charna, a JEA Labor Relations Specialist, is one of those lucky people who knows what she was put on this earth to do. “I was crafted to serve,” she said, simply.
For Charna that means volunteering with her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Inc., and with her church. It also means volunteering through JEA.
Charna loves to help out at the city’s mega pet adoption events and at tree giveaways sponsored by JEA and Greenscape of Jacksonville. She’s also a frequent instructor for JEA Power Pals, the utility’s electric safety program for first graders.
“I just want to support JEA,” said Charna, who’s worked at the utility for 20 years. “As a company we have a strong presence in the community and I want to be the best representative for JEA that I can be whether that’s in my job here or when I am out in the community.”
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