Cameron MBA Alum Named Chief Operating Officer of LifeEnergy

Cameron MBA LifeEnergy

Victor Howard, an MBA graduate from the University of St. Thomas – Cameron School of Business, has just been named as the new Chief Operating Officer of LifeEnergy, LLC.

LifeEnergy is a leading distributed energy company serving both residential and commercial customers in deregulated markets throughout the country. Victor Howard will take on the role of the company’s very first COO, tackling LifeEnergy’s rapid customer growth and expansion into new markets. Through the introduction of new products and services, Howard will help guide the company through a new chapter of expansion.

“It is an honor and a privilege for me to join the LifeEnergy team. I am thrilled to see the successes that LifeEnergy has already accomplished and we will continue to work towards building an energy brand focused on operational excellence, innovative products and a great overall customer experience,” Howard commented. “In only a year, LifeEnergy has established itself as a key player in a number of markets across the US, including Texas, where we’ve already added thousands of new customers.

Howard is a graduate of the Cameron School of Business at St. Thomas, where he earned his MBA. Prior to pursuing an MBA, he earned his Bachelors Degree from Texas A&M. Before taking on this new role at LifeEnergy, Howard has held a number of roles across a variety of industries, such as technology, retail banking, and retail energy. He has held leadership roles at a number of energy companies, most recently as an executive leading the Retail Choice gas business at Counterpoint Energy.


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Alanna Shaffer

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