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Loretta Rosenmayer Named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® in the Energy, Cleantech and Natural Resources Category

Loretta Rosenmeyer holds her Entrepreneur of the Year Award
Loretta Rosenmayer, Chairwoman of the Board for INTREN, has received one of the industry’s highest honors, EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® award in the Energy, Cleantech and Natural Resources category. The award was presented November 18th at the Entrepreneur of the Year® US national gala held in Palm Springs, California.

The EY organization celebrates those who are building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, recognizing them through regional, national and global awards programs in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries.

Winners were selected by a panel of independent judges who considered revenue, profit and employment growth. Judges also considered the entrepreneurs’ overall achievements, their approach to innovation and future growth, their commitments to building strong teams and sustainable businesses, as well as their efforts to give back.

“We could not be prouder of Loretta,” said INTREN CEO Kelly Tomblin.  “We are thrilled that she has been honored for her commitment to excellence, her resilience and her drive, which has made INTREN what it is today – a true leader in the Utility Industry.”

 “I’ve worked with Loretta for 27 years and this is a fantastic acknowledgement that you can build a company on the foundation of stewardship,” said INTREN Executive Vice President of Customer Solutions, Matthew Turk. “She has always inspired us to do business differently and she continues to set an example to her 1400 employees to do the same. Our goal at INTREN is to be the company of values and integrity she wants us to be.”

As a woman in a male-dominated industry, Rosenmayer is recognized as an early supporter of diversity initiatives.  In 1993, she certified her company with Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, aligning her company with the utilities’ goals for diversity and inclusion of minority and woman-owned businesses in the construction industry.

For more on this story and to view Loretta's acceptance speech visit EY.com.