San Diego Business Journal has been honoring women business leaders such as Sullivan Solar Power's Community Relations and Development Director, Erica Johnson. Johnson is a finalist for the journal's 2013 Women Who Mean Business Award and the only nominee representing the solar industry.
"I feel incredibly grateful to be a finalist for such a prestigious award," said Johnson, "It's an honor to be recognized in the same category with such accomplished women in our community who are truly making a difference locally and world-wide."
One of Johnson's recognized accomplishments is her partnership with GRID Alternatives, a local nonprofit providing a return to those with a financial need. In conjunction with promoting clean, renewable energy, for every homeowner who goes solar with Sullivan Solar Power, a donation of one locally manufactured solar panel will go to GRID Alternatives.
"Erica is more than just a director for our department; she plays an integral role in the success of our company while giving back to our community and creating a sustainable future," said Tara Kelly, Community Developer for Sullivan Solar Power. "Her unsurpassed dedication, positive attitude and exceptional work ethic exemplifies the characteristics of an excellent director, environmental steward and community leader."