Doug Jaeger was named Chief Executive Officer of Adolfson & Peterson Inc. in August of 2008. As CEO, Doug is responsible for the company's overall strategic direction, the growth and development of A&P's leadership team and the overall growth and performance of the business.
Prior to joining A&P, Doug held the position of Vice President of Transmission for Xcel Energy, the 5th largest electric transmission provider in the U.S. at that time. In this role, Doug was responsible for Xcel's high voltage transmission business, overseeing planning, engineering, construction and maintenance, reliable system operations and customer service. Additionally, Doug played a major role in market relations and public policy on energy-related matters including grid reliability and infrastructure investment.
In advance of his transmission role, Doug held various leadership roles at Xcel Energy including Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Xcel's commercial and industrial segments. Before joining Xcel Energy in 2000, Doug held marketing, business development and sales leadership roles at Exelon Corporation in Chicago and Honeywell Inc. in Minneapolis.
Doug serves on the Board of Trustees for the North American Electric Reliaiblity Corporation (Atlanta) and Board of Advisors for Computype Inc. (St. Paul). He has been active on various community boards including Minnesota Independent Schools Forum, Minneapolis Children's Theatre Company and Northern Star Council, Boy Scouts of America. Doug also served on the board of directors for the Midwest Reliability Organization, Midwest Energy Association and NERC Members Representative Committee. In 2010, Twin Cities Business Magazine selected Doug as one of the "200 Minnesotans You Should Know" Honorees and in 2006, Doug was chosen as one of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's "Forty Under 40" honorees for his achievements and dedication to the community.
Doug earned his undergraduate degree from St. John's University in Collegeville, MN and his MBA from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. He and his wife Laura have 4 children and reside in the Twin Cities.