Lindsey Cox, IECRM Board President
1st Electric Contractors, Inc.
Lindsey Cox is the Vice President of Human Resources & Finance at 1st Electric Contractors, Inc. A third generation leader in the energy industry, Lindsey has 11 years’ industry experience and has worn a number of hats at 1st Electric over the years, including Service Department Coordinator, Human Resources Manager, and Office Manager. In 2012, Lindsey was appointed to a corporate officer position at 1st.
Lindsey has been an active and engaged member of IECRM since 2010. She has served on the Membership & Events Committee, Government Relations Committee, is in her first term on the Board of Trustees and sits on the Apprenticeship & Training Committee. Lindsey has been on the IECRM Board of Directors since 2015 and was the IECRM Board Vice President in 2017. In addition to her committee and board commitments, Lindsey serves as a panelist for the annual IECRM HR Panel and can often be spotted at numerous IECRM events.
Lindsey is also engaged with IEC at a national level and has participated on a Best Business Practices Panel at the national convention in Tampa, served two years on the Mountain West Regional Nominating Committee, and currently sits on the IEC National Convention Events Task Force. In 2015, Lindsey was a recipient of IEC National’s 40 Under 40 Award for her contributions to the energy industry.
Lindsey is both a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), two of the highest professional credentials in Human Resources. She has a degree in progress at Colorado State University and is a candidate for CFMA’s Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) certification exam.
“Serving on the Board of Directors for IECRM allows me the opportunity to give back to the industry that has given so much to me over my career. I am humbled that my colleagues and friends trust me with this great responsibility. The opportunity to guide the future course of IECRM and to be part of the collective voice of this industry is both an honor and a privilege—one I do not take lightly. Our industry is strong, our association is thriving, and our future is bright!”