Steve Krieg, Vice President, Field Labor Relations and Services
Steve Krieg has spent his career dedicated to the electrical industry, starting out as a Journeyman Wireman in 1987 at the South Bend, IN Joint Apprenticeship Committee. He worked as an Electrician, Foreman and installed voice, data, and video media-retrieval systems for large technology systems integration projects. Steve also worked as an estimator, project manager, and in the design/build areas of the commercial and educational levels of the technology industry. Prior to joining NECA, Mr. Krieg became Director and taught at the NECA/IBEW Joint Apprenticeship Training Program in South Bend, Indiana and later worked for the electrical training ALLIANCE (etA) as Director of Technology Curriculum for systems integration. There he was responsible for the curriculum development of the Three-Year Installer/Technician Apprenticeship, as well as journeyman level courses related to low-voltage systems offered by the etA. He served there until 1999, when he was named Field Representative in the NECA Midwestern Regional Office. In 2013, Krieg was promoted to Midwestern Regional Executive Director, where he spent a great deal of time building partnerships with the IBEW and intensely focused on increasing market share in the region, which covers ten states in the 4th and 7th Districts of NECA.