JEA Ambassadors

JEA employee Ambassadors spend thousands of hours each year in the community educating our customers about conservation, safety and the various products and services JEA offers to customers; including solutions to help track their usage, pay their bill and how best to communicate with JEA.

JEA employee and girl scout tour

Our Ambassadors engage with customers and the community throughout the year in various ways:

  • At community events such as the annual Home & Patio Shows, the Southern Women’s Show, the Black Expo, World of Nations, Earth Day events and many church, school and smaller community events
  • Through speaking invitations to community churches, schools, civic groups, home owners associations and others that want to hear about utility conservation, utility safety, environmental topics and other topics important or relative to the group or audience
  • Through tours given of our energy generation and waste water facilities. Several of our energy and water plants are available for group tours of adults and middle-school and older youths
  • As instructors of financial literacy information to adults and youth in partnership with area nonprofits such as United Way’s Real Sense and Junior Achievement. Our Ambassador instructors also teach JEA’s electric and water safety Power Pals program to area first and second graders through select elementary school partnerships

To have the JEA Ambassadors participate in your event, speak at your organization, or guide you on a tour of one of our facilities, please follow one of the links below. Please review our Ambassador Program Guidelines.

Community Ambassador of the Month

Spotlighting our JEA Ambassadors

As a JEA Ambassador, Gloria enjoys showing tour groups around JEA’s Springfield Lab on Main Street. “A lot of people don’t even know JEA has a lab and if they do they don’t know what we do here,” she said.

Gloria likes to show tour groups the role JEA plays in protecting the environment and the overall health of Jacksonville residents. She also shows them how – as a lab technician – she analyzes influent wastewater, as well as the clean effluent that’s discharged into the river.  

“I never in a million years thought I’d work in Environmental Science and I love it,” said Gloria who majored in biology and always expected to work in public health and infectious diseases. “I also realized that every time I analyze a water sample, I am monitoring the effects the public has on the environment. So that’s protecting the environment AND public health!”

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