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Devon Cox

Devon Cox

Senior Vice President, Operations & Assistant Company Secretary

Devon Cox is Senior Vice President of Operations and Assistant Corporate Secretary.

He has been employed with FortisTCI since January 2007, and has served in a number of roles, including Planning Engineer, Manager of Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Planning, Manager of T & D Operations, and Director of T & D Operations. His current responsibilities include overseeing the Transmission, Distribution, Generation and Engineering roles within the company, and the service territories of Grand Turk and the Sister Islands.

In 2013 Mr. Cox was promoted to Vice President of T&D, and in 2015 responsibility for Environmental Health and Safety was brought under his portfolio. In 2012 he led successful negotiations of the street light takeover agreement in Providenciales between FortisTCI and the Turks and Caicos Islands Government (TCIG).

Prior to joining FortisTCI, Mr. Cox worked for TCIG as Deputy Electricity Commissioner from 2004-2006 and acted in the role of Commissioner from 2005-2006.

He studied at Turks and Caicos Community College before completing his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering at Wilberforce University in Ohio, USA. He earned his Master’s in Business Administration degree from Webster University in Missouri, USA.

Mr. Cox is a member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He serves as the Elder Chair at Harvest Bible Chapel in Providenciales.

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  • Director, Internal Audit and Risk Management
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  • Director, Energy Production
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  • Director, Legal Services
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  • Director, Human Resources
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  • Director, Environmental, Health and Safety, and Lines Operations