I joined TEP in the beginning of 2009 as a chemical/environmental engineer working in the Energy Resources Department. In the beginning of 2014 I became the environmental supervisor for the Tucson Power Production’s Environmental Department. In the fall of 2017 my family and I moved to the White Mountains of Arizona to serve in my current role as a member of TEP’s Springerville Generating Station as the environmental superintendent.
Since I have worked for TEP I have primarily worked to maintain environmental compliance for the company’s electric generation assets. I have also served as Chair of Tucson Power Production’s and Springerville Generating Station’s Safety Committee, a member of TEP’s Community Action Team, an executive member of the TEP’s Professional Development Group and an executive member of the UNS Political Action Committee.
I am a United States Marine Corps veteran that is currently serving in the reserves and have spent a total of 5 years serving on active duty. I received my BS in Chemical Engineering in 2007 and my MBA in 2014, both from the University of Arizona. I am married and a father of three, very energetic, young boys.