Sonal Modi appointed CFO of Tennessee American Water and other career changes in the Chattanooga area


Sonal Modi

Sonal Modi appointed CFO of Tennessee American Water

Sonal Modi, who has worked for Tennessee American Water since 2011, has been promoted to the state’s chief financial officer. In this role, Modi oversees the budgeting process and the company’s financial reporting. Modi will continue to report to Brian Queen, Southeast States CFO for American Water.

Modi first joined Tennessee American Water as a Financial Analyst and held that role for three years before taking on the role of Director of Business Performance. In this role, she worked closely with the operations side of the company. After two years, she returned to the role of financial analyst, supporting the function of budgeting and internal reporting services. In this capacity, she supported several states on budgeting and internal reporting. Most recently, she served as an analyst for the finance team for the Southeastern American Water States.

Originally from Mumbai, India, Modi graduated from the University of Mumbai with a BA in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant with the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy. She volunteers for the Urban League Free Tax Assistance Program and is Treasurer of Bridge Refugee Services.

TVA campsites are closed for the winter

All six campgrounds managed by the Tennessee Valley Authority on VAT reservoirs have closed for the winter, although online reservations for the upcoming 2022 camping season are still available through Recreation Resource Management, which operates the campgrounds. for VAT.

These TVA campgrounds now closed until next spring include the Cherokee Dam Preserve in Jefferson City, the Douglas Dam Preserve near Sevierville, the Douglas Dam Preserve near Sevierville, the Melton Hill Dam Preserve near Lenoir City , the Watauga Dam Reserve near Elizabethton and the Pickwick Dam Reserve near Savannah.

TVA campsites on dam reserves were again a popular social distancing destination for the second time to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Demand has been very high again this year and TVA is proud to be a popular tourist and tourist attraction in the region,” said Tina Guinn, Director of TVA Loisirs. “Even though campers and day users occupied our six campgrounds at five dam reserves throughout the valley, we have made many improvements to the grounds to ensure visitors have a great camping experience. “

TVA’s daytime recreation areas on dam reserves remain open all year round, as do undeveloped recreation grounds.

– Compiled by Brandi Dixon

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