Leonard Tillman, partner in Balch’s Birmingham office and member of the Energy Practice, was a panelist at the Women’s Energy Network Greater Atlanta Chapter: Breakfast and Blockchain event on September 13. Leonard joined other leaders in the Energy sector to discuss blockchain and its impact on the industry. Topics included an explanation of blockchain, its uses and future management of energy markets.
Leonard provides counsel on utility regulatory policy matters, particularly new smart energy developments and financial issues. Most recently, Leonard was named a member of The GridWise® Architecture Council. The Council was formed by the U.S. Department of Energy to promote and enable interoperability among the many entities that interact with the nation's electric power system.
Women’s Energy Network (WEN) provides professional development and networking opportunities to women who are leaders among the energy industry. Three Balch attorneys, lead WEN’s Greater Atlanta Chapter. Angela Luckett, member of the Energy Practice, Anne Kaufold-Wiggins, member of the Litigation Practice, and Jena Lombard, member of the Litigation Practice.
Balch is proud to support the Women’s Energy Network, an international organization of leaders in the energy industry. WEN chapters are located in energy hubs across the world and provide members with networking opportunities and fosters career and leadership development.