Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst,
California Public Utilities Commission
Location: Los Angeles
Member Since: 2017
Whether in the workplace or the outdoors, Anne Y. Kim tenaciously delivers on the long game. Anne advises energy regulations at the California Public Utilities Commission to mitigate and adapt to climate change impacts on Californians, our energy, and investor-owned energy utilities. Her portfolio includes public safety power shutoffs, the annual grid modernization report to the Legislature and Governor, Rule 20 undergrounding, and energy utility business continuity plans in response to COVID-19. Previously, she worked at tech startups that created beyond living wage jobs in EV and normalized equity in the workplace. Before tech, Anne recommended policy as Assistant Deputy to then Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas on a public portfolio of $27 billion with over 108,000 employees to ensure the wellbeing of over 10 million residents. Anne is a product of hardworking parents and local public schools. She earned a Bachelors at UC Berkeley to develop a basic, comprehensive understanding of the world. She earned a Masters at Harvard to understand global energy and health systems, and how to change them.