John Kammeyer is Vice President at the Tennessee Valley Authority, which was created in 1933 by Franklin D. Roosevelt to bring prosperity to the people of the Tennessee Valley through the generation of electricity. In 2008, the company experienced a major environmental event, where over 5 million cubic yards of coal ash was released into the Emory River. John was instrumental in leading the recovery of this event and transformed the management of coal combustion residuals in the industry. His ability to bring people together and motivate them toward a common vision is at the heart of his organization’s success. He outperforms the industry in employee satisfaction surveys at 94% versus 52%. His team is recognized as the example of collaboration, where he leads with the vision of a strategist and the heart of a servant.