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Tina Semotan

Senior Vice President
From the depths of corporate life to proudly serving our country, Tina Semotan is an innate leader. She oversees the corporate support teams within the company, including human resources, company strategy, legal, safety, training, payroll and organizational development. She also leads all post-merger and acquisition integration activities. Tina’s success can be credited to her ability to stay calm in high pressure situations, make sharp decisions, and listen fairly to each employee. She has developed and honed these skills as Force Support Squadron Commander for the Wisconsin Air National Guard. Tina holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is certified at the master level for command and leadership by the University of the Air Force.
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Supporting Clients During COVID-19

I can't believe it's already May. The nation has been battling (and responding to) COVID-19 for months. Personally, we’ve had to alter our daily routines, our shopping habits, schooling and more. Professionally, we’ve had to furlough staff, develop new safety processes and procedures, and prepare for what our business will look like after a pandemic. Whew.

Finding the Silver Lining in a Pandemic

Ever since the start of the pandemic, it feels like something new has changed every day. From our schedules to our work environments to our shopping habits, very little has remained the same. It can be overwhelming and, at times, scary. Finding the positive aspects of such a serious and far-reaching situation can be tough.

Veterans Day

The 11th minute of the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. It is a moment in time that has left a deep impact on some, while others may be wondering what it signifies. This is the exact time in 1918 that the conflicts of World War I finally ended, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. Armistice Day, as it was originally known, was renamed Veterans Day in 1954. Since then, every November 11th has been officially observed as Veterans Day.

Diversity and Inclusion: Leading by Example

We recently received some very exciting news! In case you missed it, Franklin Energy shifted its ownership to Abry Partners. We are excited by this new partnership and the ability this gives us to continue to focus on growth and meeting the needs of our utility clients.

Let's Hear It for 2019!

As we close the chapter of 2018 and look ahead with a resurgence of a positive outlook to meet whatever fate might bring us in 2019, we are once again at a point of making decisions. Decisions about what parts of our past year we will take with us as learning opportunities, decisions about which parts of the past year we will choose to let go, and finally, decisions about what we will do differently in the year ahead. It is one of the most powerful times of the year because we get to decide how we will move forward, both as a business and as individuals. Our goal as a company is to continue to grow, to make a difference and provide opportunities that are impactful in our employees’ lives. A few years back, we had our employees make a video about how Franklin Energy had affected their lives. To this day, we still feel like it was one of the most powerful videos we have made as an organization. Employees held signs that stated messages about allowing them to buy their first house, giving them the opportunity to manage others, meeting their spouse, finishing certifications or getting degrees, being able to travel, making true friendships and so much more. All because we came together at Franklin Energy. 


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