Leadership

President

Matthew Smith

Matt joined the Track Utilities family as the President on November 12, 2021. Prior to this, Matt held the role of Executive Vice President of Operations & Safety and Quality Training (SQT) at Peak. He has had a diverse career in Construction & Safety spanning a broad range of industries that includes utility construction, industrial manufacturing, department of defense, and residential construction. He brings a wealth of experience to Track that includes Safety & Quality program development, operational improvements, team leadership and motivation, corporate policy development and risk management.

Matt holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Technology, a Specialist certification in Safety and Health in Oil and Gas, and is an eight year veteran of the US army.

 

Vice President of Operations

Anthony (Tony) Cameron

Tony joined Track in 2021 with over 35 years of experience in the Power Industry after starting his career as an Overhead Lineman. He has held leadership roles in Construction, Work Control, Project Management, Training, and Safety in T&D and Fossil Generation. Tony brings a wealth of experience to the team in Incident Command, Tap Root, Human performance, Emergency Response, Training, Safety, and Error Free Execution of Work. He promotes a safe and inclusive work environment for all employees.

 

Vice President of Telecom Operations

Scott Demming

Scott joined Track Utilities in November 2020 as the General Manager of Engineering. Previously, he worked in various roles within the telecom industry for over 28 years. Scott started his career in the United States Naval Submarine Service before moving to technical and management roles ranging from construction and engineering, to planning and operations. These roles help him achieve expanding leadership roles throughout his career.

Scott has extensive experience managing large teams and complex multi-million dollar budgets and is Lean Six Sigma Certified. He graduated magna cum laude from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Leadership.

 

Controller

Rich Sullivan

Rick joined Track Utilities in early 2022 as Controller, having worked previously in various finance leadership roles in the forest products, distribution, development, and public service industries for over 30 years.Rick started his career in public accounting and consulting before moving to finance, technology and compliance leadership roles for an integrated manufacturing and land management company that grew to be the largest landowner in the U.S.

He has extensive experience in process improvement and system design. Rick is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management – Accounting from University of Montana, graduating with honors.

 

Director of Human Resources

Debra Henning, SHRM-SCP

Debra joined the Track Utilities team in 2020 as Director of Human Resources. She brings a wealth of experience across a diverse range of industries that include; commuter rail manufacture, pharmaceutical education and marketing, paper manufacture, and parking and transportation.

Working directly with and for senior leadership teams, Debra has designed and implemented recruiting/hiring/onboarding strategies, leadership training and development programs, employee benefit programs, led HRIS system evaluations and companywide implementations and has been the senior human resources member of merger and acquisitions teams..

Debra is passionate about employee development, mentoring and culture. She champions opportunities to promote a fun, hardworking, employee focused, gratitude driven company culture.

 

Manager of Safety Quality and Training (SQT)

Nate Svetich

Nate joined Track in 2017. Prior to joining Track, he logged 13 years of experience in Risk Management and Claims Management for the public sector. He has overseen a variety of property and liability claims including wrongful death, wrongful termination, hostile work environment, and law enforcement excessive force.

He holds his Associates in Claims designation as well as his Associate of Applied Science in Diesel Technology and Associate of Applied Science in On-Site Power Generation Technology. As a member of The Utility Safety & Ops Leadership Network (USOLN), he also holds a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) designation.

 

Fleet Manager

Joe Barbera

Joe joined Track in July 2017. He Graduated from Boise State University in 2005 with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. He worked in the service department in PowerSports dealerships for 5 years at Carl's Cycle Sales and Moto Tech. From there, He worked for Field-Logic as a regional rep analyzing and reviewing risk with automotive and PowerSports dealership for almost 4 years. Before coming to Track Utilities, he worked for BMC West as their Division Fleet & Logistics Manager covering the Western United States Division for almost 3 years.

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