FPL | Office of Economic Development

Florida Power & Light Company's Office of Economic Development
Supporting environmentally responsible economic growth for Florida

Lynn Pitts

Lynn PittsAn economic development veteran with 30 years of experience and a proven track record of success, Lynn Pitts is director of economic development for Florida Power & Light Company.

Headquartered in Juno Beach, FPL serves approximately 4.5 million customer accounts across 35 Florida counties and is a leading employer with approximately 10,000 employees. At FPL, Pitts is responsible for leading the company's efforts to help local and state organizations attract new businesses to Florida.

Prior to joining FPL, Pitts served as senior vice president for sales and marketing for the Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA). Under his leadership, SEDA helped attract $2 billion in capital investment and create thousands of new jobs for the Savannah, Ga., region.

No stranger to the utility industry, Pitts began his economic development career with the Georgia Power Company in 1981. Over a 20-year period, he held positions as project manager, manager of the facilities location section, manager of international business development and general manager of business development. Pitts played a major leadership role in transforming Georgia Power's economic development department into one of the premier organizations of its kind in the country. Under his direction, the department was named six times to Site Selection magazine's "Top 10 Best Economic Development Groups".

Pitts earned his bachelor�s degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a master�s in real estate from Georgia State University. He and his wife, Judy, have two daughters and live in Palm Beach County.

Kianta Prince-Bryant

Kianta Prince-Bryant

Prince-Bryant's responsibilities include working with local government officials, community leaders, and the public throughout FPL's 35-county service territory. Prince-Bryant also assists local communities and agencies in their planning and development efforts.

Previously, Prince-Bryant held various positions at Southern Company Services, an energy provider based in Atlanta, GA. Her most recent role was as Assistant to the Vice President and Regional Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Information Technology at Southern Company Services. She was responsible for oversight of the Alabama Power information technology capital spend, operation and maintenance budget and assisting the CIO with workforce planning, staff development, relationship management and strategic planning processes.

Prince-Bryant earned her bachelors degree in American history at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC, and a masters in business administration from Baker University.