Contributed Photo: Clifton/Morenci native Geri Mingura has been named SRP Associate General Manager and Chief Human Resources Executive.
Clifton/Morenci native joins nation’s third-largest public power utility
Contributed Article/Courtesy SRP
PHOENIX – Salt River Project has named Geri Mingura as its new Associate General Manager and Chief Human Resources Executive. She officially embarked on her new role on Jan. 11.
“I am honored and excited to join SRP, which has a long history of service in Arizona,” said Mingura. “I value and share SRP’s commitment to diversity and workforce development. Investing in the people of this company will ensure we keep building on a legacy of service and evolve to meet the needs of the future.”
SRP’s workforce is a critical part of its 2035 Corporate Goals, which as it relates to human resources, ensures employees reflect the diversity of the communities they serve and have the skills needed to address current and future challenges.
“Her experience and expertise will add value in guiding our organization to support and prepare our workforce for the future,” said SRP General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Mike Hummel. “I am excited to have Geri join our leadership team.”
Most recently, Mingura served as Vice President for People & Culture at ON Semiconductor, where she helped elevate the HR organization for the company’s 36,000 employees located around the world. Those efforts included strengthening its workforce learning and development training, leading its culture initiative, guiding strategic planning, and building its diversity and inclusion practices.
Prior to her role with ON Semiconductor, Mingura’s extensive experience includes serving as the Head of Talent Acquisition and Workforce for APS, as well as leading or working in HR organizations for several technology and wellness companies including Motorola. Mingura holds an MBA from Arizona State and a BA in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. She has also been involved with numerous nonprofits in the community and broader industry organizations.
“Our leadership team has long recognized that it’s our employees that make SRP a unique and special place. The last ten months have been among the most challenging in SRP’s history. If there has been a defining characteristic of how we have succeeded through this time, however, it is through the resilience and perseverance of the people that make up SRP,” said Hummel. “Under Geri’s leadership, our workforce will continue to evolve, strengthen and contribute to SRP’s goal of being a strategic-driven organization.”
SRP is a community-based, not-for-profit public power utility and the largest provider of electricity in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, serving more than 1 million customers. SRP is the largest raw water supplier in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, delivering about 800,000 acre-feet of water annually to agricultural, urban, and municipal water users.