Jeff leads EY US Power & Utilities Strategy practice. During his 20+ years consulting for energy and utility companies, Jeff has helped clients address a variety of strategic and operational challenges across the utility value chain, including business unit strategy and operating model design, digital utility strategy, customer experience, new product and service development, asset management, merger integration, performance management, and organizational design.
His focus is primarily on providing fact-based and data-driven advice to help utility operations leadership transform their businesses through the development and execution of leading practices.
Jeff has earned an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
How Jeffrey is building a better working world
“Over the course of my career, I have received the most satisfaction from helping my clients not only develop but execute on their business strategies. I believe that by working to address the depth and breadth of disruption facing my clients, I am helping to build a world where utilities and energy services companies can more efficiently and effectively manage infrastructure assets, while delivering on the promise of a customer experience defined through responsiveness, affordability, reliability, and sustainability. I pride myself on truly listening to the needs of my clients, understanding their goals and objectives, and helping them bring along their respective organizations.”