Ephraim is a project manager for the Community Development team within Alabama Power’s Economic and Community Development organization. With his vast knowledge and experience in community relations, he creates strategic plans for communities seeking to position themselves for economic growth.
Ephraim has been an invaluable member of the Economic Development team for over twenty years. He works directly with city leaders and Alabama Power’s executive team to assess a community’s readiness for economic development. He uses asset mapping, demographic reporting and workforce data to recommend the best strategies to maximize a community’s potential for sustainable economic growth.
He graduated from Talladega College and is an active member of the Alumni Association. He has served on the Advisory Boards for Auburn University’s Economic and Community Development Institute and the Alabama Community Leadership Network. He is also a member of Alabama Communities of Excellence Associates Council.
Ephraim is a renaissance man, spending his spare time in his vegetable garden, bass fishing and cooking. He serves as a trustee for the Rocky Mount Missionary Baptist Church and is the father of two daughters – Tesia Marie and Terah Michelle.
“I see economic potential in each and every Alabama community I work with. I optimize that potential by helping those communities articulate a vision, state a mission and set priorities to reach their goals.”