Nolin RECC selects new president and CEO

Greg Lee will replace Mickey Miller, who is retiring in January 2019

The Board of Directors of Nolin RECC has selected Gregory R. “Greg” Lee as the cooperative’s next President and Chief Executive Officer.  Lee, currently Nolin’s Vice President – System Operations, will replace retiring CEO Mickey Miller who will retire on Jan. 4, 2019.

Lee holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Kentucky. He is a licensed Professional Engineer.  He is a graduate of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Robert I. Kabat Management Internship Program located at the University of Wisconsin.

Lee is an experienced utility professional with a wide array of skills in the electric utility industry and government contracting. Lee has served as Nolin’s Vice President – Ft. Knox Operations, its Operations Engineer and its Special Projects Manager. While attending college, Mr. Lee worked at Nolin as a Student Engineer and an Operations Intern.

His transition into his new role will begin in January. In his role as President and CEO, Lee will be Nolin’s representative in business and political settings, accomplish strategic initiatives established by the Board and direct overall operations of Nolin RECC.

Retiring CEO Miller said, “I’m very pleased with the selection of Greg to lead our cooperative. I’ve known Greg for many years and have seen him grow professionally. His ethics, business knowledge and professional behavior will be an asset to our members and our employees.”

“Nolin RECC is fortunate to have someone of Greg’s caliber and experience as our next President and CEO. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the job that will serve the coop and its membership well in the years ahead,” said Chairman David Brown.

Lee, a resident of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, is married to Erin Larkin Lee and they have two children, Avery, age four and Harrison, age two. In accepting the new appointment, he stated, “I am honored and excited to be selected to lead Nolin RECC as its next President and CEO.  I want to thank the Board of Directors for affording me such a tremendous opportunity. Nolin’s mission is to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective energy solutions.  I look forward to continuing that mission in the future and working in the best interest of our members.”