Ron Jibson started with Dominion Energy as a design engineer. Since then, he’s worked his way up the ranks until he was named president and CEO of Questar Gas Company in 2007. Three years later, Mr. Jibson was named the president and CEO of the Questar Corporation in 2010 and was named to the board during that same year, becoming a chairperson of the board in 2012. In 2016, Questar Corporation merged with Dominion Energy and Mr. Jibson retired as president and CEO and became a member of the Dominion Energy Board of Directors, where he currently serves.
During his tenure, Mr. Jibson has been a part of several major growth initiatives such as the Cove Point LNG Plant, the design and construction of the Atlanta Coast Pipeline project, and the merger of SCANA Corporation in South Carolina. But that’s not all, Mr. Jibson has helped Dominion Energy develop diversified energy projects such as natural gas, solar, nuclear, and electric gas generation and distribution as well.
Throughout his career, Mr. Jibson has served as a board member at several local nonprofit groups such as EDC Utah, Junior Achievement of Utah, the Women’s Leadership Institute, Utah Symphony Opera, United Way of Salt Lake, and others.
“There are so many wonderful and worthy causes that need people to be involved and help and the lives they change as nonprofit organizations is something you cannot put a price tag on,” he says. “I firmly believe it is all of our responsibilities to seek out and give back to the communities where we live and do business.”