Associate VP, Infrastructure
Jim Stephens is a transformative and resourceful senior professional with three decades of leveraging energy and engineering expertise in a variety of sectors. With more than ten years in higher education, he has a proven track record for building strong teams by focusing on shared goals and workforce development. As an advocate for innovative and collaborative strategies, his accomplishments include improved fault diagnostic and detection system for buildings, process improvement initiatives, and large-scale solar projects. In addition, his teams have been instrumental in developing modern and reliable utility systems that have won numerous statewide awards for innovative practices and efficiency.
He currently serves as the Associate Vice President of Infrastructure for the Georgia Institute of Technology.