Chipley resident Tracy Andrews has been selected to serve as Gulf Power’s new local manager in Chipley.

Andrews, a life-long resident of the city, will officially begin her new role after the first of the year and will be responsible for meeting our customers’ needs in the tri-county area as well as focusing on economic and community development, and commercial/residential marketing support and business development.

Andrews has served Gulf Power customers for more than 27 years. She began her career with the energy company in Chipley where she served as a Customer Service representative for 10 years before heading to Panama City where she served Gulf Power customers as a Residential Energy consultant. After six years, she returned to Chipley Commercial/Industrial/Residential Energy consultant.

She is a graduate of Chipley High School and Chipola College, and received a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Florida A&M University. Andrews is also Chipley’s newest Councilwoman, representing Ward Number 3.

“With Chipley being my hometown, it is an honor to serve our customers, many who are life-long friends,” said Andrews. “This area is a great place to live and work. Our Gulf Power team will continue to focus on developing partnerships and finding solutions for our customers that not only benefit them but our diverse community as well.”

Andrews serves on numerous boards and organizations including Vice President of the Chipola Area Habitat for Humanity, Florida Panhandle Technical College Executive Advisory Board, Holmes County Chamber of Commerce, and New Vizh-uhn Inc. She is also an active member in her church, Yes Lord Deliverance Church of God In Christ.