Sharon Arroyo is Duke Energy’s Vice President of Government & Community Relations in Florida, serving approximately 1.9 million electric retail customers throughout the company’s 35-county service area. This includes the Greater Orlando area and metropolitan St. Petersburg, Clearwater area. She is responsible for directing efforts to strengthen relationships with local municipal, community, and civic organizations, and business leaders to help communities achieve their energy, growth, and sustainability goals.
Arroyo has been with the company for over 35 years in varying roles of increasing responsibility. Prior to assuming her current position in March 2021, Arroyo served as Regional Director of Large Account Management and previously worked in various managing roles in transmission construction, substation engineering, and finance.
Arroyo is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration – Accounting. She has a long-standing record of supporting her community. She currently serves on boards of directors for United Arts of Central Florida, Prospera, and Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools. She is a member of the 2020-22 Leadership Florida Class.
Arroyo has been a resident of Central Florida for more than 25 years. She and her husband Tony have two grown sons also living in Central Florida.