Holly Keller Koeppel

With nearly four decades spent working in energy and infrastructure industries, Holly Koeppel has a wide range of global operational, financial and executive experience. She currently serves on the boards of British American Tobacco (BAT), one of the largest companies on the London Stock Exchange; Vesuvius, an FTSE 200 company; and AES Corp., a Fortune 500 global energy company.

Koeppel previously served on the boards of New York Stock Exchange-listed Integrys Energy Group and Reynolds American Inc (RAI), until their respective acquisitions and subsequent delisting.

She has also served on numerous private company boards, including those of Citi Group’s $3.4 billion infrastructure fund, where she was the managing partner. With investors from five continents and investments offices in four countries on three continents, the Citi Infrastructure Fund invested in airports, toll roads, ports and utility infrastructure.

Koeppel led the successful spinout of Citi’s renamed Gateway fund to Corsair Capital and continued as head of the fund until retiring in January 2017.

Previously, Koeppel held a number of senior executive positions at American Electric Power, including responsibility for all international operations, energy trading and marketing, electricity generation and utility operations.

Her final role at AEP Corp. was working as chief financial officer during the financial crises in 2008, where she successfully recapitalized the company and led the largest U.S. utility equity offering to date, of $1.6 billion.

Prior to joining AEP Corp., Koeppel held a number of positions with Consolidated Natural Gas and Columbia Gas, including five years during which she served as regional vice president of Asia-Pacific, managing acquisitions and operations while based in Australia.

Koeppel currently resides in the Florida Keys, Florida, USA.