Full Name
Adrienne Littleton
Job Title
Executive Assistant
Southern Company
Speaker Bio
Adrianne Collins is senior vice president of Power Delivery at Southern Company. She leads the Transmission Planning, Bulk Power Operations, Energy Management Systems, and Transmission Policy and Services organizations. Collins works with key industry bodies to advance energy policy.
Previously, Collins was Gulf Power’s vice president of Power Delivery and led the Distribution, Transmission and Supply Chain Management organizations at the former Southern Company subsidiary.

She co-led the Southern Company Power Delivery coordination of restoration for Puerto Rico’s storm response. When Hurricane Michael devastated portions of northwest Florida, she was the executive lead for the unprecedented response to the unprecedented storm. As transmission general manager, she led the largest power grid expansion program in Gulf Power’s history.

Since joining the Southern Company system in 1998 as a distribution engineer at Gulf Power, Collins has held several key engineering and leadership roles at Gulf Power and subsidiary Georgia Power.

She received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida. She is highly engaged in the industry, serving on the boards of SERC and EIDSN; the Southeastern Electric Exchange Engineering and Operations Executive Committee as co-chair; the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies; and the North American Transmission Forum.

In the community, Collins has served in several impactful roles that include board trustee for the University of West Florida and chair of the Academic Affairs Committee, board president for Ronald McDonald House Charities, and board member of the Fayette Care Clinic. She is an executive mentor for Momentum in the Birmingham, Alabama area.
Adrienne Littleton