Wolverine Appoints Jonathan Johnson Vice President of Engineering and Technical Services | Community


CADILLAC — Wolverine Power Cooperative (Wolverine) has promoted Jonathan Johnson to vice president of engineering and technical services.

Johnson will lead Wolverine’s dedicated group of CAD engineers and employees and their significant contribution to the cooperative’s five-year work plan. In addition, he will act as the main leader of the technical services field teams.

“Jon continues to grow as a people leader,” said Eric Baker, CEO of Wolverine. “He builds on his well-respected foundation of engineering talent and his deep belief in designing long-term Wolverine installations. I can’t wait to see him grow into this important role for Wolverine.

Johnson started with Wolverine in 2011. Holding the positions of Electrical Engineer, Principal Engineer and Station Engineering Manager, he was instrumental in the ongoing design and maintenance of a transmission system dependable that members can count on. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus on power systems, and is a licensed professional engineer in Michigan.

“Wolverine has been an amazing place to establish a career,” Johnson said. “I’m grateful to be surrounded by the many great people who are Wolverine, and I look forward to joining the technical services groups and helping to foster the development of future leaders.”


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