Keith Fogleman is an Executive Human Resource Consultant at Talisman. He is an executive level HR professional with over thirty years in the Utility Industry in Human Resources, and Labor Relations. As an experienced Human Resource leader and strategic business partner he has been responsible for the development and implementation of strategic Human Resource programs in the functional areas of Labor Relations, Workforce Development, Talent Management, Workforce Planning and Knowledge Transfer, Compensation and Benefits, Leadership Development and Succession Planning.
Mr. Fogleman retired as Vice President of Human Resources for Entergy in 2013, where he was responsible for providing strategic human resource and labor relations solutions for a multi-state Fortune 500 company with 10 business units and 14,500 employees. He joined Entergy in 2008 as the Vice President, Nuclear Human Resources and led a human resources team responsible for providing comprehensive human resources services to approximately 7,000 employees at 10 plant sites and two regional offices in the Northeast, Midwest and Southeast United States. Prior to joining Entergy, he held director level positions in Human Resources and Labor Relations at TVA.
Since 2013, Mr. Fogleman has served as a consultant to the nuclear utility industry for several major electric utilities in the U.S. and Japan. His projects have included:
- Designed and implemented HR programs and project management to support decommissioning of Entergy’s Vermont Yankee, FitzPatrick and Pilgrim Nuclear Plants
- Assessed HR programs and provided programmatic recommendations to support recovery plans from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami for Tokyo Electric
- Developed a knowledge transfer and retention program and implementation plan for D.C. Cook
- Developed a demobilization strategy and implementation plan for TVA’s Watts Bar nuclear construction project
- As part of a team of HR consultants, developed the HR strategies and high level plans utilized to evaluate the potential shutdown and decommissioning of a nuclear plant
Mr. Fogelman earned a B.S. in Industrial Technology from East Tennessee State University.