EEtility is a team of innovators always looking for proactive solutions to the problems facing our communities. We come from all walks of life, united in the belief that energy should be available and affordable for all. We envision a future where our communities are resilient and thriving, and where our neighbor’s lives are not hindered by the utility bills they pay. We believe in a future where utilities work to improve their customers’ lives through energy efficiency and embrace forward-thinking solutions that benefit and better the communities they serve.
After spending 5 years implementing the Clinton Climate Initiatives HEAL program in Arkansas, Tammy co-founded EEtility in late 2014 determined to help low income families access the resources they need to make their homes energy efficient. Tammy specializes in utility relations and program management. When not working on all things EE related, Tammy enjoys hiking and fishing with her life partner and her 2 canine companions.
Chief Executive Officer
For years Johnnie worked in the world of energy efficient retrofits and in 2014 he co-founded EEtility to help bring EE opportunities to the demographic of people who tend to need it the most. Johnnies specialty lies in mentoring and providing Quality Assurance for EE program installers, auditors and EE vendors. In Johnnie's free time, he can be found with a fishing pole in one hand and his granddaughter in the other.
Chief Technical Officer
After serving abroad as a captain in the US Army infantry and working abroad for private government Service Providers, Mikiel decided to turn his efforts state-side. He knew that green-energy was the future, and serving people was his duty. As COO Mikiel implements procedures and structures that keep EEtility efficient and accountable. For rest and relaxation, the mountains are often calling to Mikiel, and he frequents them whenever possible.
Chief Operating Officer
Prior to joining the EEtility team, Alisha worked full-time for the Montana National Guard. She still serves in a reserve status but sought to support the effort to build resilient local communities and believes that energy conservation is part of the solution. She specializes in strategic thinking, planning, and prioritizing efforts. When not working, Alisha can be found adventuring in the abundant public lands of Montana.