Duke Energy Names New Member of Board's Nuclear Oversight Committee

 Duke Energy Names New Member of Board's Nuclear Oversight Committee

Duke Energy has appointed former Norfolk Southern Corp. CEO Charles W. “Wick” Moorman to the board, effective March 1.

Moorman, who graduated from Georgia Tech and Harvard Business School, joined Norfolk Southern in 1970, serving in various leadership positions in the company’s operations, human resources, labor relations, information technology and strategic planning units.  In addition to CEO, he held the position of executive chairman.

"Wick Moorman led one of America's largest and most important railroad businesses," said Lynn Good, Duke Energy CEO, president and chairman. "His experience and strategic insights will be invaluable in helping us deliver results for our customers, shareholders and communities."

Moorman will serve on the nuclear oversight committee of Duke Energy’s board.

Moorman also holds positions on the boards of Chevron Corp., the Virginia Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, the Medical College Operating Board of the University of Virginia and the Georgia Tech Foundation.

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