“Best of Insight”: PG&E CEO Patti Poppe joins us to discuss the challenges she inherited from the troubled utility and her vision for regaining the trust of millions of customers in California. Also, Central Valley native Aaron Judge with the NY Yankees breaks a Major League homerun record.
PG&E CEO Patti Poppe
PG&E is the largest utility company in the country, with a service footprint from the Oregon border to Bakersfield serving roughly 40% of California’s population. Insight spoke with PG&E's CEO Patti Poppe about inheriting a utility giant connected to deadly wildfires and power safety shut-offs, all while emerging from federal probation and bankruptcy. She addressed these challenges and shared her vision and investments being made towards improving safety and restoring trust.
Baseball player Aaron Judge
NY Yankee superstar Aaron Judge achieved something which hasn’t been done in baseball in 61 years, breaking the American League homerun record set by another Yankee in 1961. The 30-year-old slugger’s pursuit of baseball glory began in his hometown of Linden, a small farming community just east of Stockton. Former Linden Herald sports journalist Craig Anderson joins us to discuss Aaron Judge’s historic season and what the Yankee superstar’s homerun chase means for his small hometown in the Central Valley.