Beth M. Foley

Vice President, Corporate Communications
Edison International and Southern California Edison

Beth M. Foley is vice president of Corporate Communications at Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, and its parent company, Edison International. Foley has oversight of the company’s internal and external communications, community engagement efforts, brand and advertising strategy. She oversees Edison’s charitable giving of $20 million annually. Foley leads the energy company’s communications activities with a focus on engaging employees, informing customers and reinforcing Edison’s deep roots in the communities they serve.

Prior to joining Edison, Foley served as vice president of Strategic Communications at Eversource Energy, New England’s largest utility providing electric, gas and water service. In that role, she was responsible for philanthropic investments and volunteerism, advertising, employee communications, social and traditional media, digital and customer communications.

Previously, Foley was executive vice president of Corporate Affairs and Chief Communications Officer at Michael Baker International. She was the first female c-suite member appointed at the global firm, which is a leading engineering and consulting services agency.

Foley also served as senior director, Corporate Communications at Pacific Gas and Electric Company, where she was responsible for advertising, brand, customer communications, traditional and social media, content strategy and channel management.

Foley’s experience also includes senior management roles in Corporate Communications and Marketing at GSI Commerce (now an eBay company) and Radian Group.  She also worked in Corporate Communications positions at Progress Energy (now Duke Energy) and PJM Interconnection, the grid operator in 13 states in the eastern U.S.

Foley serves on the board of advisors for Girls With Impact and is a visiting professor for New York University’s graduate program in Prague.

Foley earned an Executive Master of Business Administration degree from Villanova University, a Master of Arts in Professional Communications at La Salle University and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications at Bloomsburg University.

Beth M. Foley