An organization is only as strong as its people. At EWEB, we employ a diverse group of skilled public servants. Most employees live in our service territory and pay EWEB bills. "Powered by People" features some of the dedicated professionals who serve you—EWEB's customer-owners.
Jess interviewed with EWEB on Halloween 12 years ago, and there couldn't have been a more perfect day to make it clear it was a great next step in her career.
To talk about Brian, you have to employ superlatives. He is the friendliest, the nicest and the humblest of people.
Nadia is fresh from a trip to participate in a women in utilities conference and is brimming with new ideas and knowledge, both of which are themes of how she approaches her work.
Chris describes a lot of his ten and a half years with EWEB as a "hoot," which seems especially fitting given Chris himself could accurately be described as a hoot. He is a smiling, laughing, downright jovial individual.
"I saw the position advertised in the paper and it was a perfect blend of my previous experience; half in the banking industry, specifically in lending, and half as an office manager," says Misty.
Ask staff who work in EWEB's contact center about their best day at work, and you'll lose count of how many times the stories involve Zulema.
Thirteen years ago, Anna joined EWEB after becoming a new mom. She started as a Senior Office Assistant in the Fiscal Department, working 20 hours a week.
While with the utility just shy of three years, Matt's EWEB-origin story starts well before that. It begins in 1991 and involves an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.