Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Military Affairs
Gleaton is responsible for designing and planning the electric utility system of the cooperative to assure efficient and reliable electric service at the lowest reasonable cost consistent with good engineering and business practices.
Gleaton holds a bachelor of engineering and master of science in electrical and computer engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has years of experience with electric cooperatives and has served in the following positions: Vice President of Engineering at Pataula EMC; Manager of Project Planning Services and subsequent Manager of Area Planning at Georgia Transmission Corporation; Sr. Vice President of Engineering and Operations at Mitchell EMC; and International Consulting Specialist with NRECA International Programs. Prior to his cooperative experience, Gleaton worked for two years with Facilities Resource Management as Supervisor of Engineering and Technical Services.