She led more than 1,100 employees in information technology delivery to one of America’s most respected companies.
In 2009 she was named CIO of the Year in the electric utility industry by Energy Biz Magazine.
She is listed among the Who's Who in Science and Engineering and has been named one of Computerworld Magazine’s Premier IT Leaders.
She is an advocate for women and children and has been recognized as Power Woman by Atlanta Woman Magazine and the Shining Star Award recipient from the Atlanta Women’s Foundation.
- Bridget Mc Carthy, Vice President, Category Commercialization, Coca-Cola - Rubina Imtiaz, Associate Chief of Program Integration, CDC - Mohammad Azam, Vice President- Corporate Internal Audit, Compliance & Ethics, UPS - Joan Herbig, CEO, Control Scan Becky Blalock is a Partner with Advisory Capital where she provides strategic consulting and is a board member of companies involved in energy, information technology and medicine.
She is the author of an upcoming book entitled “Dare – Lessons in Confidence, Courage and Career for Women in Charge”.
Blalock formerly served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Information officer of Southern Company for 9 years.
In this role she directed IT strategy and operations across the 120,000 square miles and nine subsidiaries of Southern Company.
In addition to her work in information technology she provided broad leadership in many positions including accounting, finance, marketing, corporate communication, external affairs, the office of the CEO, and customer service.
Blalock serves on the boards of Computers for Youth, Emory Healthcare, the Georgia Health Sciences University, CSI Laboratories, Verdecco and the business School of Mercer University.