As a member of the firm’s energy regulatory practices, Divina assists clients in a variety of federal regulatory matters related to the electric utility and natural gas industries, including rate cases, enforcement, and compliance matters before FERC. Her recent experience includes assisting natural gas pipelines with Section 4 rate case preparation and helping electric utilities with rate incentive applications under Section 219 of the Federal Power Act.
During law school, Divina had two internships at FERC - working in Commissioner Clements’ office, supporting the Commissioner in a variety of matters including transmission cost allocation reform; and working in the Office of Administrative Litigation supporting FERC Trial Staff in proceedings before administrative law judges. She also interned at Exelon, in the Department of Federal Regulatory Affairs, researching and monitoring regulations governing Exelon’s generation and transmission portfolios prior to corporate restructuring. Divina was also a legal fellow for the American Clean Power Association where she contributed to comments submitted before FERC and the Environmental Protection Agency. She is also author of the article, Do Grid Operators Dream of Electric Seams? Coordinating Interregional Transmission Stakeholders to Battle Seams and Improve Deliverability, which was published by the George Washington University Journal of Energy and Environmental Law in 2022.
Outside of the firm, Divina enjoys spending time drawing, rock climbing, and comedy sketch writing.