Women of TPI

Many things have come to womankind surprisingly recently: The right to vote. The right to own property. And, perhaps less surprisingly, the existence of Women’s History Month.

Before women had the whole month, the U.S. recognized Women’s History Week; before that, a single International Women’s Day. Dedicating the whole month of March in honor of women’s achievements may seem irrelevant today. But at the time of the conception of Women’s History Week, activists saw the designation as a way to revise a written and social American history that had largely ignored women’s contributions.

Source: Time

At Today's Power, Inc. (TPI), we recognize that our success would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our employees.  Today we would like to introduce the women of TPI, Jennah and Kelly.

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Jennah Denney, an award-winning advertiser and powerlifter, is our Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator for Today’s Power.  

Specializing in Marketing, Public Relations, and Communication, Jennah joined the Today’s Power team as the WOW Coordinator in 2016 after graduating from the University of Central Arkansas. 

You will catch Jennah in the middle of solar fields, driving around in an EV during the week, but when not working, you will find Jennah at your local brunch establishment, lifting weights at the gym, or watching a live show!  


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Kelly Comer, part time grill master, full time Supervisor of Administration and Corporate Counsel, joined the TPI team in 2018.

Most recently, Kelly served as the Director of Policy and Corporate Relations for the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association.  Kelly earned her J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville and her BSBA, Cum Laude, in Financial Management and Investments from the Walton College of Business.

When she isn’t  behind the desk, Kelly is most likely doing something that gets her in the great outdoors or planning a vacation solely around food.

Jennah Denney