ASRC Energy gets new CEO, and he's from Point Hope
February 2nd, 2011 | Alaska Newspapers Staff
ASRC Energy Services has named Jeff Kinneeveauk its president and chief executive officer, succeeding Mark C. Nelson, who retired, a written statement said.
Kinneeveauk has worked full time for the Arctic Slope Regional Corp. family of companies since 1997, and began his relationship with an internship in 1995. AES is a subsidiary of ASRC.
Since 1999 Kinneeveauk has served in a variety of management positions, most recently as senior vice president of shareholder programs. He also held the position of senior vice president of operations and maintenance.
"It's a tremendous honor to be chosen to lead this remarkable company of more than 4,000 employees," Kinneeveauk said. "I look forward to serving them and the ASRC shareholders."
During his ASRC career Kinneeveauk has overseen construction projects in Nairobi, Kenya, and been based in Washington, D.C. He serves on the board of ASRC Civil Construction, Inc., the American Red Cross of Alaska, and the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
"Jeff is an ideal choice to continue the prosperity of AES for years to come," said Rex Rock Sr., ASRC president. "He has worked tirelessly to learn every facet of the company by spending time in nearly every division."
Kinneeveauk was born in Point Hope, Alaska, and is an ASRC shareholder. He graduated from Anchorage's Bartlett High School and earned a physics degree with an emphasis in engineering from Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho.