Keegan has an immense amount of respect for the power of the electrical grid. When he was 14, he was shocked when a car he was in collided with a power line. Ever since, he’s wanted to learn more. That curiosity and desire to conquer his fears drives his work in physical and system protection for substations. Today, he’s a leader in the field of grounding design and analysis.
I wanted to be a biomedical engineer. I thought I’d get to build the $64 Million Dollar Man, to build bionic people. I thought that sounded like the coolest thing in the world.
Keegan loves his family, baseball and giving back to the community. He’s spent time as chair of the Corporate Citizenship Committee and countless hours on charitable efforts.