MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- A longtime Con Edison manager from Mount Vernon has earned a prestigious recognition from the YMCA for her contributions to the energy company.
Michelle Anderson-Loague, a section manager in Facilities & Field Services, is a 2017 winner of the YMCA National Black Achievers in Industry Award.
"I've been lucky to work on projects with great, talented colleagues," she said. “I hope my work has contributed to our providing the best service possible for our customers.”
Anderson-Loague, who works out of Con Edison’s headquarters in Rye, is working on several large-scale renovation and remodeling projects.
During her nearly six-year tenure as a section manager in Customer Operations, she oversaw a massive effort to automate payment processing in the walk-in centers. The new process resulted in thousands of dollars in annual savings.
In all, she has spent 17 years with Con Edison.
The BAI Award was founded at the Harlem YMCA in 1971 and is now a national project with thousands of recipients. Anderson-Loague recently received her award at a dinner in Manhattan attended by other awardees from around the country.
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