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SEC Names Wilson Power Player for February

Southern Electric Corporation has named Jason Wilson, of West Point, MS, as its Power Player for the month of February. A Power Player is someone with integrity and high moral standards, possessing strong leadership qualities, a track record of safe production, and dedication to our company and industry, who is hard-working and represents SEC well in everything that they do, allowing SEC to Power Forward.

Wilson, a general foreman in Arkansas, has been with SEC for nearly 14 years and has served the electrical utility industry for 30. He got his start with the City of Aberdeen in North Mississippi. “It started as a temporary job but I liked the work, so I stuck with it,” Wilson adds. Wilson’s job is based in the Little Rock area but takes him to Mississippi, Texas, and Louisiana depending on the needs of the week.

“Jason is hard-working and dependable,” says Michael Cullum, Superintendent for SEC’s Arkansas operations. “He has been in several different roles at SEC and has done a stand-up job at each of them. Jason is dedicated to his guys, the work, and to SEC.”

Wilson says the best part of his job is working with his guys. “Having good, reliable crews that I can depend on to get the job done correctly, efficiently, and safely means a lot,” he says. Spread across so much of the Southeast, Wilson adds that “paperwork” is his least favorite part.

Wilson has a son (also employed by SEC), a daughter-in-law, and four grandchildren… with another on the way. When not buried in paperwork, he enjoys deer hunting, traveling, and riding motorcycles every chance he gets.