Serena Rwejuna helps energy companies achieve their business goals by addressing regulatory considerations in the litigation and transactional contexts. She has experience representing energy companies and individual traders before agencies including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. In addition, she counsels utilities, generators, pipelines, natural gas distribution companies, and other energy industry participants on compliance with FERC regulations and advises them on regulatory issues in connection with project development, mergers and acquisitions, and state regulatory compliance.
Serena was an associate in the energy practice in the Washington, D.C. office of an international law firm prior to joining Jones Day. While in law school she worked as a law clerk for the Goodrich Corporation, which became UTC Aerospace Systems in 2012 after merging with Hamilton Sundstrand, becoming one of the world's largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products.
Serena serves as vice president for the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy. She also serves on the Energy Bar Association Compliance and Enforcement Committee. She is a member of the Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy, the Women's Council on Energy & the Environment, and the Women's Energy Network. Serena serves as president of the Calvary Women's Services Board of Directors and on the DukeDC Regional Board of Directors.
2019 Energy Bar Association Mid-Year Energy Forum: The Business Benefit of Diversity and Inclusion
- Duke University (J.D. 2013); University of Massachusetts Boston (Graduate Certificate, Program for Women in Politics and Public Policy, 2009); Wake Forest University (M.A. in Management 2008; B.A. in Psychology cum laude 2007)
- District of Columbia and Virginia
Selected three times to the "Rising Stars" list by Washington DC Super Lawyers
The National Black Lawyers — Top 40 Under 40