Ricky Brito
Ricky Brito
Ricky Brito is the program manager for Supplier Sustainability and Equity for Southern Company Supply Chain Management. He has been with the company since joining Alabama Power in 2014. Prior to this role, he served as a contracts agent supporting Generation, Renewables and AGL Energy Services. Before joining Southern Company, Ricky was a Captain in the U.S. Army, stationed in Ft. Stewart, Georgia, and served one tour of duty to Iraq.

While Ricky grew up in Daphne, Alabama, the city of Birmingham has become home for him and his wife, Amanda. He received a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of South Alabama, a Juris Doctor from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law, a graduate-level Professional Certificate in Corporate Sustainability and Innovation from Harvard University's Extension School and is a member of the Alabama Bar Association. In his free time, Ricky enjoys travel and cooking and has just completed a Service Leadership Corps Fellowship with The Mission Continues, which is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to build partnerships between veterans and their local communities through service projects.

John Calhoun
John Calhoun
John B. Calhoun, III is the fleet drill and exercise coordinator for Southern Nuclear and serves as the president of VetNet.

John served 23 years in the U.S. Air Force in the Healthcare Administration career field, retiring as a Master Sergeant in 2008.

John started his civilian career at D.C. Cook Nuclear Plant in Bridgman, Mich., in Emergency Preparedness. Since joining Southern Nuclear in 2015, he has worked in the nuclear Fleet Emergency Preparedness Department. His primary responsibility is overseeing the drill and exercise program for the Southern Nuclear fleet.

Michael Moro
Michael Moro
Michael Moro is the plant manager for Wansley/Dahlberg. He joined Southern Company in 2003 as an operations technician at Plant Stanton. In his time with the company, he has also served as Operations team leader, I&C team leader and Operations and Maintenance manager.

Moro, a U.S. Navy veteran, served 6 years as a nuclear Machinist Mate on the USS Enterprise. He received his Nuclear Engineering and Technology degree from Thomas Edison State University. He now lives in Sharpsburg, GA with his wife, Melissa and daughter, Brooke.

Stan Connally
Stan Connally
Stanley W. (Stan) Connally Jr. is executive vice president of operations at Southern Company – one of the largest producers of energy in the United States - and chairman, president and chief executive officer of Southern Company Services (SCS).

Connally oversees Southern Company’s systemwide operations, based in Birmingham, Alabama. This includes generation, transmission, engineering and construction services, commercial operations, supply chain management, system planning and environmental affairs, as well as Southern Wholesale Energy and the company's Southern Linc and Southern Telecom telecommunications businesses. As CEO of SCS, Connally is responsible for the primary shared services activities, administrative functions and budget management for SCS. He is responsible for ensuring the alignment of information technology and operations functions to create strategies that deliver increased value to customers.

He is dedicated to helping ensure employees under his leadership are able to work safely, provide value and continuously improve through a shared-services model to serve all Southern Company subsidiaries and their customers.

Dana Claburn
Dana Claburn
Dana Claburn serves as senior vice president and senior production officer for Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company. Southern Power is America's premier wholesale energy partner, meeting the electricity needs of municipalities, electric cooperatives, investor-owned utilities and other energy customers with one of the fastest growing clean energy portfolios in the U.S. In this position, Claburn oversees the operations of more than 13,500 megawatts of generating capacity across the country.

Claburn joined Southern Company in 1987 as a student engineer in Oneonta, Alabama. After graduation, she worked at NASA in Huntsville, Alabama, before rejoining Southern Company as an engineer in 1991. She has worked in an engineering capacity on the Hatch nuclear project and in system planning. She also served as project manager in generation development, as coal logistics supervisor in fuel services and as assistant to the executive vice president of Southern Power. In 2005, Claburn was named combinedcycle site manager at Southern Power's Plant Stanton in Orlando, Florida. She later also assumed responsibility for plants Oleander and DeSoto. In 2008, she became manager of market analysis and structuring for Southern Power, overseeing the business case analysis for new generation projects and acquisitions. In 2010, she became general manager of design in Southern Company's engineering and construction services organization.

Claburn's most recent role was director of human resources for the Southern Company operations organization. Claburn earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Alabama and a master's degree from Samford University.

Randall Hall
Randall Hall
Randall D. Hall was raised in White Plains, AL, the oldest of five children, where a strong work ethic was instilled in him by his parents who farmed in this small, rural community. At the early age of six years, Randall drove a tractor and began performing chores on the farm that would serve to mold his character and professional drive in his later years.
He graduated from White Plains High School in 1967 and promptly enlisted in the U.S. Army. His military training began at Fort Benning, GA, followed by specialty training as an engineer equipment repairman in Fort Belvoir, VA. In 1968 he was deployed to Vietnam for approximately one year, before joining a post in Germany for an additional year. Randall completed his enlistment with the U.S. Army in 1971. He returned to his hometown and began his civilian career at the Anniston Army Depot as a mechanic repairing combat trucks.
While in Germany, Mr. Hall met his future wife, Mayhar Yee, an Australian citizen. They were married in 1973 and relocated to Sydney, Australia where they began their family, raising daughter, Brandi Edwards and son, Travers Hall.
Mr. Hall’s career path led him to eventual employment with Waste Management International where he rose in rank to state manager. One of his greatest achievements was his leadership role in the design, construction and operation of a Complete Waste Disposal and Recycling System for the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
In 1994, Mr. Hall returned to the United States, drawn back to his roots of farming land and cattle. In 2002, Randall and Mayhar opened CAVCO, Inc., an industrial pipe, valve and fitting supply house, with only one employee and a barn for a warehouse. Today, CAVCO, Inc. has grown to locations in Bon Air, AL, Lake Charles, LA and Houston, TX, employing approximately fifty people. CAVCO, Inc. services a wide range of industrial customers including but not limited to power generation, mining and paper mill companies, along with chemical plants and landfill operations.

James Hannick
James Hannick
James Hannick joined the U.S. Navy as a nuclear trained electrician in 2000. He served on three submarines during his career and retired as a Chief Petty Officer in 2020. In February 2020, he began a DOD Skillbridge apprenticeship with Georgia Power at Plant McManus. After completing the apprenticeship that May, he began working as a general plant operator at Plant McManus on June 29, 2020. In addition to his current role as plant operator, he also serves as the Coastal Region Generation DE&I chairperson. James and his wife, Tiffany have three children – Paige, Nathan and Garrett.

Jeremy Tindell
Jeremy Tindell
Sergeant First Class Jeremy A. Tindell served as the former Brigade Career Counselor for the 15th Signal Brigade, located at Fort Gordon, GA. He entered the United States Army in 1998 and attended One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Benning, Georgia where he was trained as an Infantryman. He later trained in 2007 at Fort Jackson, SC where is was reclassified as a Career Counselor.

His subsequent positions and duty assignments include: Infantry Riflemen, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Rifle Grenadier, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Squad Automatic Rifleman, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Machine Gunner, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Rifle Team Leader, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Company Ammunition NCO, Charlie Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Battalion Ammunition NCO, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Bn S2 NCO, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Battalion Career Counselor, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Brigade Senior Career Counselor, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division at Hunter Army Airfield, GA. Brigade Career Counselor, 2nd Recruiting Brigade at Redstone Arsenal, AL. Brigade Career Counselor, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade at Camp Humphries, Korea. Brigade Senior Career Counselor, 15th Regimental Signal Brigade at Fort Gordon, GA.
He has multiple deployments in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, and Operation Iraqi Freedom as part of Joint Special Operation Task Forces. He has also deployed to Afghanistan with an Aviation Task Force, all helping to fight the Global War on Terrorism.
Sergeant Tindell’s military schooling includes Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC), Basic Non Commissioned Officers Course (BNCOC), Advanced Non Commissioned Officers Course (ANCOC); 75th Ranger Regiment’s Ranger Indoctrination Program (RIP); Ranger School; Career Counselor Basic Course; Master Resiliency Trainers’ Course; Advanced Marksmanship Training; Advanced Close Quarters Combat Training; Modern Army Combatatives Level 1,2,3; Combat Life Savers Course; Personnel Security Management Course.

His awards and decorations include: Meritorious Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with 2 Campaign Stars, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Army Good Conduct Medal (6th Award), National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star (4th Award), Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3rd Award), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (3rd Award), NATO Medal, Army Commendation Medal with Six oak leaf clusters and the Army Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters. He has also been awarded the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Action Badge, Expert Infantryman's Badge, Ranger Tab, Army Parachutist Badge; Career Counselor Badge, the Korean Parachutist Badge, and South African Parachutist Badge.

Clarissa Michaud
Clarissa Michaud graduated from Ohio State University as a Microbiology major and commissioned as an Army Armor Officer. She served four years at Fort Stewart, Georgia and Fort Benning, Georgia as a Tank Platoon Leader, Executive Officer and manager of a COVID-19 ward. Michaud will soon begin a SkillBridge internship with Southern Power at Kay Wind Farm in Oklahoma, learning the role of deputy manager of a wind site.