VP OF SALES & REGULATORY AFFAIRS
Customer Philosophy: “My job is to be an expert in the market, so my customers don’t have to. Energy markets are constantly shifting, and the utilities are always going through price and rate changes, so I organize quarterly meeting with customers to review markets, results to date and options going forward.”
Time in the Pacific Northwest: I am the fourth generation in our family to call the Pacific Northwest home.
Why I love the Pacific Northwest: From my office window, I see two lakes and the Cascade Mountains. It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful place to work and raise my family. Access to the outdoors and a vibrant city like Seattle is the best of both worlds.
PRESIDENT, CMS ENERGY ADVISORS
Customer Philosophy: “To become a partner with my customers, I listen. Most of our customers want a knowledgeable ally they can trust, and I work very hard to be that person. I go above and beyond expectations to make sure our customers understand that I’m looking out for their best interests too.”
Time in the Pacific Northwest: My entire life.
Why I love the Pacific Northwest: The Sound and being out on the water. The best weekends are spent on our boat in the San Juan Islands in the sunshine.
SR. ENERGY SOLUTIONS MANAGER
Customer Philosophy: “By working to understand the operations and how energy impacts a customer’s business, I can discuss trends and potential changes to the energy environment. Together we can work to develop a plan to help mitigate potential impacts to operations and costs.”
Time in the Pacific Northwest: 35 years
Why I love the Pacific Northwest: The opportunity to enjoy the outdoors year-round, hiking in the woods or beach combing on the local beaches.
ENERGY SOLUTIONS MANAGER
Customer Philosophy: “Extensive natural gas market expertise allow me to tailor customer specific energy solutions to provide desired budget stability while maximizing savings over the utility. I like to share frequent, focused market updates to keep my customers in the know while allowing them to direct their attention on their businesses needs outside the energy space.”
Time in the Pacific Northwest: 37 years
Why I love the Pacific Northwest: Pick your pleasure. On any given day in the Pacific Northwest you wake up a ferry ride away from beautiful tree decorated islands or a scenic three-hour drive from a dry, desert ‘esque blue sky paradise. Best of all, the golfing options are bountiful in both places!