About Stephanie

Stephanie Jamison is Accenture’s Strategy & Consulting lead for Europe, working with C-suite executives and boards of Europe’s leading organizations to help them accelerate their digital transformation to enhance competitiveness, grow profitability and deliver sustainable value. She leads a team of talented strategists and consultants, industry and function experts, data scientists and human performance professionals – with a collective mission to help Accenture’s clients in Europe apply data, analytics, artificial intelligence, assets and innovation to deliver business outcomes at speed and scale.

Prior to this role, Stephanie led Accenture’s global Utilities industry sector, helping those companies to drive positive change for their business, society, and the planet. Together with Accenture’s ecosystem of partners, Stephanie’s track record included helping clients with energy transition and growth strategies while driving large scale business transformation programs for some of the largest and most innovative utilities in North America and Europe.

Stephanie is responsible for the work Accenture performs with the World Economic Forum related to Utilities and energy transition. She has also been a key lead for the World Economic Forum COVID-19 Industry Action Group on the Future of Utilities, focused on accelerating the energy transition to a net-zero future.

Among Stephanie’s many publications are articles on the Digitally Enabled Grid and the New Energy Consumer, among many others related to her passion for inclusion and diversity. She was recognized as a Fellow of the International Women’s Forum and has led a number of Accenture’s Inclusion & Diversity networks in Europe, Africa and Latin America, as well as for the Resources industries.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree and a Master of Engineering degree from Ohio State University and has held various board positions for professional services and energy technology companies. Prior to joining Accenture in 1996, Stephanie held positions at Dayton Power & Light in engineering and construction, and Pratt & Whitney Aerospace. She now resides in London, UK, with her family.


Creating a resilient, inclusive energy transition

Stephanie explores the energy transition index and some key levers and tools to get justice and inclusion into it.

Will they still be “Utilities” by 2030?

Accenture explores the future of electric utilities as they rise to the challenges and opportunities presented by the energy transition.

Women in utilities: from challenge comes change

Stephanie Jamison explores why digitization is a key driver for gender equality.

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