Bill Bryan is vice president of the business customer division of Southern California Edison's (SCE) customer service business unit. Elected to that position January 1, 2004, he oversees the company's relationships with its major government, industrial and commercial customers as well as SCE's efforts to stimulate business development within the 11 counties it serves.
Bryan joined SCE in 1966 in the construction organization. He became an operations supervisor in 1971. In 1975, Bryan joined the company's public affairs organization as an area manager responsible for the company's business interests in the cities of Industry, La Puente, West Covina, and other unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. Since then, he has held a variety of management positions in the company's customer service business unit, including operations and engineering manager, district manager in three field locations, division operations manager, and general manager of the company's northern region. He was appointed to the position of director of government and institution accounts in 1994.
Bryan's community and professional involvement has included past foundation member of Victor Valley College, former president of the High Desert Regional Economic Development Authority, and chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee-Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District. He also is past president of the La Puente-Industry Kiwanis Club and the La Puente YMCA.
Bryan received national recognition from the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) as the first co-recipient of the Louis R. Harris Award recognizing excellence in improving energy efficiency through utility energy service contracting at federal facilities.
Bryan holds a bachelor's degree in business management from the University of Redlands. He also has received a certificate from the University of Southern California for studies in the Graduate School of Business Administration.