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Roberta B. Bowman

Roberta B. Bowman

Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer

Bowman is responsible for the company’s strategy to balance environmental, economic and social issues and opportunities. She has more than 30 years of experience in energy, including roles in public policy, issues management and stakeholder relations. Bowman also serves on a number of industry, community and business boards, including Women Corporate Directors.
   
Brett C. Carter

Brett C. Carter

President, Duke Energy Carolinas

Carter leads Duke Energy’s utility business in North Carolina and South Carolina, including its legislative and regulatory strategy, economic development and community affairs. Duke Energy Carolinas serves approximately 2.4 million customers. Previously, Carter served as senior vice president of customer service and business development for Duke Energy. In 2008, he was appointed by the governor to the North Carolina State Ports Authority Board. He also serves on several community boards including Crisis Assistance Ministry.
   
WLynn J. Good

Lynn J. Good

Group Executive and President, Commercial Businesses

Good is responsible for Midwest nonregulated generation, Duke Energy International, the telecommunications businesses, and all corporate development and merger and acquisition activities. She also leads Duke Energy Generation Services, the business that develops, owns and operates fossil fuel and renewable generation assets. Previously, Good served as senior vice president and treasurer for Duke Energy. Prior to that, she was Cinergy’s chief financial officer.
   
David L. Hauser

David L. Hauser

Group Executive and Chief Financial Officer

Hauser became Duke Energy’s chief financial officer in 2004. Since joining the company in 1973, positions he has held include controller, vice president of procurement services and materials, senior vice president of global asset development and senior vice president and treasurer. Hauser has chaired the Edison Electric Institute’s FERC Accounting Liaison Group and General Accounting Committee.
   
Dhiaa M. Jamil

Dhiaa M. Jamil

Group Executive and Chief Nuclear Officer

Jamil is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the company’s nuclear generating stations. He has more than 28 years of experience in the energy industry and previously served as senior vice president of nuclear support for the company. Jamil is a member of the INPO Executive Advisory Group and the Nuclear Energy Institute’s Strategic Initiative Advisory Committee.
   
Julie S. Janson

Julie S. Janson

President, Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky

Janson leads Duke Energy’s Ohio and Kentucky utility businesses, including legislative and regulatory strategy, economic development and community affairs. Duke Energy serves approximately 825,000 customers in Ohio and Kentucky. Previously, Janson served as senior vice president of ethics and compliance, and corporate secretary for Duke Energy. Prior to that, she served as corporate secretary and chief compliance officer for Cinergy.
   
Marc E. Manly

Marc E. Manly

Group Executive, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary

Manly leads Duke Energy’s office of general counsel, which includes internal audit, ethics and compliance, legal and human resources. He served as Cinergy’s executive vice president and chief legal officer since 2002. Before joining Cinergy, Manly served as managing director for law and governmental affairs, general counsel and corporate secretary for NewPower Holdings Inc.
   
David W. Mohler

David W. Mohler

Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Mohler is responsible for the development and application of technologies in support of Duke Energy’s strategic objectives. Previously, he served as vice president of strategic planning for Duke Energy, a position he also held at Cinergy. Mohler serves on the Electric Power Research Institute’s Research Advisory Committee and the boards of GridPoint and Advanced Energy Corp.
   
Christopher C. Rolfe

Christopher C. Rolfe

Group Executive and Chief Administrative Officer

Rolfe leads several of Duke Energy’s corporate functions, including supply chain, information technology, operations services and other administrative activities. He previously served as group executive and chief human resources officer for Duke Energy. Rolfe joined Duke Power in 1972 as an engineering assistant and eventually worked on most of the utility’s fossil, hydro and nuclear projects.
   
Ellen T. Ruff

Ellen T. Ruff

President, Office of Nuclear Development

Ruff is responsible for furthering the development of new nuclear generation in the Carolinas, including advancing Duke Energy’s plans for the proposed Lee Nuclear Station. She was formerly president of Duke Energy Carolinas. Ruff serves on the boards of directors of the North Carolina Chamber and the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance, and is a member of the Palmetto Business Forum.
   
Jim L. Stanley

Jim L. Stanley

President, Duke Energy Indiana

Stanley leads Duke Energy’s Indiana utility business, including its legislative and regulatory strategy, economic development and community affairs. Duke Energy Indiana serves approximately 775,000 customers. Previously, Stanley served as vice president of field operations for Duke Energy’s Midwest service area. He serves on the boards of directors of the Indiana Energy Association and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.
   
R. Sean Trauschke

R. Sean Trauschke

Senior Vice President, Investor Relations and Financial Planning

Trauschke is responsible for monitoring trends in investment markets and for maintaining key relationships with investors, financial analysts and financial institutions, as well as oversight of corporate financial planning and analysis. He joined the company in 1989. Prior to his current position, Trauschke served as Duke Energy’s chief risk officer and chief credit officer.
   
B. Keith Trent

B. Keith Trent

Group Executive and Chief Strategy, Policy and Regulatory Officer

Trent is responsible for strategy, state and federal policy and government affairs, technology initiatives, corporate communications, community affairs, and environment, health and safety policy. His team includes the regulated utility company presidents’ organizations, which have responsibility for regulatory and legislative activities in five states. Trent has more than 18 years of experience as an accomplished legal counselor. He serves on the board of Bright Automotive Inc. and is co-chair of The Keystone Energy Board.
   
James L. Turner

James L. Turner

Group Executive; President and Chief Operating Officer U.S. Franchised Electric and Gas

Turner has profit and loss responsibility for Duke Energy’s largest business segment, which serves approximately 4 million customers. He oversees the company’s fossil-hydro generation, power delivery, gas distribution, customer service, sales and marketing, wholesale business, new generation projects, smart grid implementation, and the environment, health and safety organization. Turner serves on the board of EnerNOC Inc., a firm specializing in demand management.