Employee Spotlight: Steve Nevil

Employee Spotlight: Steve Nevil

At Rapid Power Management, we realize that it’s our employees who truly make our business “work.” Without the combined talents and skills of our team members, RPM would not be the company it is today. In light of this, we’d like to take a few moments to introduce you to a few of the folks that make up the RPM family.
Steve Nevil
Today’s special post is all about Steve Nevil, one of our Energy Managers:

Fast Facts

■ Joined RPM in February of 2016.

■ Attended The University of Texas at Arlington and received a BBA in Management.

■ Has held various industry positions over the course of his career, including operations, logistic efficiencies, marketing, sales, and sales management.

Fun Facts

■ Loves chips and salsa.

■ Was once featured in a business infomercial.

■ Has been to China.

■ Completed a half marathon at age 40.

■ Can’t live without quality time with his family.

Inquiring Minds Want to Know…

How do you define “success”?
“Adding value to my company and my clients each and every day.”

What do you think is the most important innovation that you’ve witnessed in your lifetime?
“The creation / development of the internet. I remember logging on to a black DOS screen, dialing in, and connecting to the ‘world wide web’ for an accounting class in 1992. It’s an amazing world of unlimited information and knowledge!”

What does “leadership” mean to you?
“Leaderships means doing the RIGHT things, and being a manager means doing things RIGHT!”

What are your hopes for the future of the energy industry?
“Continued innovation that allows me to bring more solutions to my clients.”

What three words would you choose to describe Rapid Power Management?
“Client-centered with integrity!”


For more information about Steve (and the rest of the Rapid Power Management team), please visit our Staff page. And to learn about how RPM can help your business save money and optimize its power usage, contact us today!

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