Alisa Do

Vice President and Corporate Secretary
Edison International and Southern California Edison

Alisa Do is vice president and corporate secretary of Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, and she serves in the same role at its parent company Edison International. Her responsibilities include corporate governance and oversight of the Edison International President and CEO’s office.

Previously, Do was director of the Edison International President and CEO’s Office and supported matters coming before the Edison International Managing Committee as well as activities at Edison International and its subsidiaries.

Do joined Edison International in 2013 as a principal advisor for Federal Government Affairs in the company’s Washington, DC office. During this time she was responsible for representing the company’s interests to Congress, the Administration, stakeholder groups and trade associations on federal issues including nuclear energy and spent fuel, transmission and distribution policy, public lands, and renewable energy.

Prior to joining Edison International, Do spent 12 years on Capitol Hill, including as legislative director for a California Member of Congress, and executive director of the California Congressional Delegation where she led bipartisan statewide policy efforts related to water, transportation and federal funding for California.

Do serves as a board advisor for Proterra, a leader in the design and manufacture of zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles. She is also on the board of the Downtown Women’s Center, an organization dedicated to addressing the needs of women experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.

She earned a Master of Business Administration from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Sociology from Scripps College in Claremont, California.