Our consultants’ educational backgrounds include undergraduate and advanced degrees in civil engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, nuclear engineering, engineering physics, construction management, business administration, law, and computer science. Their professional backgrounds include distinguished careers as industry-leading consultants on the world’s biggest megaprojects. They’ve also held executive and senior management roles with major energy companies, with some of the world’s largest construction contractors, and with governmental entities responsible for rate regulation.
Chair of the Board of Directors
As chair, Dr. Galloway currently oversees the strategy of the firm. For more than 40 years, she has provided strategic advice to boards and senior management concerning governance, management structures, and performance and risk management. Dr. Galloway serves on several public and non-profit boards. She is a chartered international arbitrator and is a member of several arbitral institution panels including the ICC, CPR, ICDR, LCIA, and the American Arbitration Association, where she also serves as a member of the AAA’s Board of Directors.
Dr. Galloway was appointed by President George W. Bush to the United States National Science Board in 2006 for a six-year term. In that position, she served as vice chair from 2008 to 2010. In 2004, she was honored to be elected by her peers to serve as the first woman president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. She has served as an advisor to multiple independent review panels and has extensive international experience, having worked on some of the world’s largest projects.
President, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Chilton has broad and deep executive experience in the energy industry. As senior vice president, Global Engineering and Construction at The AES Corporation, and member of the executive leadership team, he helped the company set strategy, allocate capital, develop business opportunities, and grow through the execution of over $8 billion of complex, globally diverse power projects. He oversaw projects ranging from $2 billion hydro and thermal developments to $50 million renewable projects. Mike has also held a variety of leadership positions with GE’s energy divisions, including managing director, contractual services for GE Energy Services; president and CEO for GE Energy, Xinhua Controls Solutions in Shanghai; and president, Joint Conversion Company, GE Nuclear Energy, a $500 million revenue international uranium business. Mike earned a JD and MBA in addition to a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. He holds two nuclear-related patents and has served on multiple boards. He has worked in 18 countries, including Australia, Chile, China, France, India, Japan, Jordan, and Vietnam.
Mr. Clark has more than 15 years of experience in business and finance administration. As vice president, he performs risk analysis of events and identification of key issues. His experience includes corporate and project prudence and performance audits, risk reviews and analysis, project research and monitoring project trend evaluations, and coordination of analysis teams.
Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
A core member of the Pegasus-Global team since 2001, Mrs. Williams has significant experience across all aspects of the group, from financial planning and management, contract management and document control, corporate compliance, and client and agency engagement. In her time with Pegasus-Global, Mrs Williams has assisted across a broad range of projects, ensuring accurate and timely documentation management and financial reporting. Mrs. Williams also leads the administration of Pegasus-Global business functions, including finance, accounting, payroll, human resources and compliance.
Put simply, our expertise in handling the strategic challenges of today’s world is unmatched in the industry. See the difference Pegasus-Global can make for your project.