Electrical Analysis Supervisor, Nuclear Services Group (NSG)
Office: Kennesaw, GA
Time with ENERCON: 10 years
The Electrical Analysis Group (EAG) provides specialized electrical design analysis support to ENERCON clients across the country Our focus is to deliver mission critical, regulatory, and what-if analysis for a whole host of clientele. In the EAG, our team members must be quick to adapt and take on many roles including marketing, proposals and mentoring along with our regular responsibilities of performing calculations.
Our team’s capability to program and automate, our willingness to take on first of a kind analysis, our ability to perform mission critical work in an efficient and creative manner, and how our abilities are scalable (for e.g. we can take on a small wind farm system and also expand to an entire grid interconnection network) – these are all differentiators of our unique group.
My role is to empower the members of EAG to innovate and be creative, while building efficiency. We also regularly review our “innovation tracker” that identifies and consolidates ideas that could help our team day-to-day, help advance our research and marketing capabilities, and help ENERCON as whole.
I am also very proud to be part of the leadership program developers group with Kyle Freedman, Tamar Menteshashvili, Kaleb Drew, Priya Chibba, and Bryan Phillips. Our roles through leadership development is to empower our next generation of leaders to solve company-wide issues, enact real change, and help our employees realize their true potential.
What is something many people may not know about you?
Tennis and Travel. That’s what I love to do in my free time. I have tried to go on two international trips every year for the last 5 years. Travel allows me to connect with others and realize how many common things we pursue in life and ultimately help make me a more grounded person. Tennis… just love it! Ready to hit with anyone
What makes ENERCON different from other places you’ve worked?
I have built some incredibly wonderful relationships at ENERCON. Some of my best friends are at this company and I spend time outside of work with them. I have also developed close friendships with clients that send us personalized letters, cards, birthday celebration videos, etc.
What’s the most unusual/surprising thing you’ve encountered in your job?
Getting pranked. Whenever anyone leaves the office for vacation, we find fun ways to surprise the person who left. My “favorite” prank played on me was coming back to work to find nearly 400 balloons waiting for me along with all my drawings re-drawn as stick figures. What a surprise!