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2:57pm February 8, 2013

Jeffrey Archie

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Name: Jeffrey Archie

Title: Senior Vice President of Nuclear Operations

Organization:  South Carolina Electric & Gas Company

What Makes This Person a Game Changer:  A 30-year veteran of the nuclear industry, Jeff Archie has most recently served in the capacity of senior vice president of Nuclear Operations with the South Carolina Electric & Gas Company since 2009. He has been with the corporation since 1978 and has held several  positions with increasing leadership responsibilities, including general manager of Engineering, general manager of Nuclear Plant Operations and vice president of Nuclear Plant Operations.  Archie was most recently appointed the high-level position of Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer. Archie is also involved in his South Carolina community, serving on  Midlands Technical College QuickJobs Advisory Committee, the American Red Cross Board of Directors (Central South Carolina Chapter/Columbia Region) and the Palmetto Conservation Foundation Board. He is also chairman of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations Future of Learning Strategic Board, the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations Executive Advisory Group, a member of the Energy Institute Nuclear Strategic Issues Advisory Committee and the University of South Carolina Mechanical Engineering Advisory Committee.



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E.R. Barnette
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